Dev Log 8 - Project Timeline

Today is a short update.  The last week and a half have been pretty full of 3-hour feeding cycles trying to get my new son up from 6lbs. to 7lbs.  We hit 7 this morning.  Great Success.  As a result, this week has been light on the coding side of things as the day job has been getting almost all available cycles.

The coding that I have been doing has been scoping out the framework for our first "real-world product."  Since it is all theoretical so far I'm not quite ready to show any of it off.  What I have done is put together a very aggressive timeline of the Catallax project.  I'll offer it here without many details.  Feel free to hold my feet to the fire.  I'm sure we'll see some slippage, but if I don't set some hard goals I'll just stay in the learning phase forever.

  • Project Sigmund - August 15th, 2017
  • Project MCD - October 1st, 2017
  • Project BMP - November 1st, 2017 (DevCon3)
  • Project CANb - April 1st, 2018
  • Project WALL-e - August 1st, 2018

This is a pretty aggressive schedule and has me building 3 production level dApps by DevCon.  I kind of doubt the 3rd one will be ready, but I hope that the first two will be.  Sigmund and MCD do not have any kind of ICO component.  I'm hoping that they will be solid, real-world products that can provide some revenue for the remaining development.

Project BMP is a really exciting experiment in Catallaxian economics and I hope I can have some of it ready for DevCon.

CANb and WALL-e are big, epic projects that require a lot of jumping through regulation hoops and infrastructure creation.  I've given them a little more runway.

Next week I hope to have some lessons learned from my develpment on Sigmund.

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