Not when it runs. Not when it does what’s in the requirements. Not when it doesn’t break the unit tests. Not when QA passes it. But when the client says – “that’s cool.” Then you know it’s complete, everything else up until that point is simply a beta.

They start small and when they hit their peak, they build momentum until they become unstoppable. Since April, I’ve been working on a few. They aren’t peaking at this point, but like everything, I track my effort and they are growing at a rate which shows progress. Every few months I push it a little more, only because I want to see what I can do but mainly so I can stabilize a habit at…

But that doesn’t mean, you can’t make it better. Everything is changing and now is the chance to make the change you’ve been holding onto. If it’s already going to change, might as well put your own spin on it.

It doesn’t matter what you’re using, you know it and I know it, there is a barrier between you and the person you’re talking to. Maybe TEAMS does it better than ZOOM. Maybe SLACK does it better than TEAMS. Maybe HANGOUTS is all you need. Maybe you’ve given up and started dialing people on your phone. Whatever it is, you know it, your team is feeling it and you need to do something about it.…

There is no walkthrough. There is no guide. There is no step-by-step. There is no one size fits all. There is only being as good as you possibly can be and always working towards that goal. No instructions required.