If you are an independent developer please share your experiences, insights, how you achieve your goals, etc :)
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I suck at being independent, so what I do to accomplish my goals is add my good project manager friend to my team and let them boss me around and keep me on track. I am really good at doing things for other people.
This is genius. I wonder if there is a PMAAS (Project Manager As A Service) service out there, or a VPM (Virtual Project Manager) service that provides PMs for those of us who need it.
If not, let's make it happen.
Or a new Alexa skill!
Alexa, send me a guilt trip tomorrow at 5pm.
For real though, this could be a successful service. I'd ask my friend, but there is every chance I may just end up hiring her full time 😂
self-discipline is so vital for developers, never ever go without planning because you will end up doing a little job for big amount of time.
now what I do is use proper planning and listing my most important tasks before I go to sleep the last day!
I use calendar.google.com/calendar/ in order to manage my time.
I hope you make it!
It's kinda tough, coz it doesn't matter how smart you are you can not know it all.
when working in a team. brainstorming helps...
☕☕ I spend a lot of time on Cafés talking with people. that's my informal team that I'm using for learning and brainstorming and it works great
what about discipline?
I have found this boss as a service
website that is both hilarious and acutely useful!
the points where I struggle are marketing for freelancers and pricing!
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