This is my first post for June and June is almost over. I had a lot to say, so it's not that I was out of ideas for posts. The main reason is that I'm working hard on pushing a beta version of my product out the door. I'm ironing out the final bugs and soon I'll be ready to start a private beta. I'm doing my best to start testing it publicly as fast as I can.
I have a lot on my mind these days. For me, coding was the easy part. The road ahead is going to be the real challenge. It is suffice to say that this phase will only be complete once I'll get the first payment for my launched product. Seems like a long way to go. I'll share some of these challenges in my blog.
On a different note, we're now officially in the summer. Spring brought rejuvenation to my workspace: I upgraded to Leopard, switched to Firefox 3 and started developing using Eclipse 3.4, which is still in RC status. I have a lot to say on all of these products and I'll be blogging about it soon. However, if you're reading this using Firefox 2 than just stop right there and download Firefox 3 now. I'll just say it feels like I bought an extra gigabyte of RAM.
P.S. If you're in Israel and interested in seeing my product in action, drop me a line and we can meet for a one-on-one demonstration. I'll be happy to get some first hand feedback.