Posted 12.02.2019 @ 3.04PM
Thanks for all your work guys. I've been a member since 2003, things have changed a lot - in the industry and online communities - in that time. I remember when I'd visit and contribute every day. I've become lazy and my focus has changed, so I fee somewhat responsible for this - for that I'm sorry, but I guess that's life.
InFront was a valuable resource for me over the years, thanks for the time and effort you guys have put into it. I've appreciated it, appreciation doesn't pay the bills though.
PS: I still think of Zann as a new member.
Posted 12.02.2019 @ 2.52PM
That sucks. I'd go a step further and have final payment due for go live to happen, I imagine you have a dev/staging server for review. You're not an interest free bank, why should you wait while they get a month or so free website use?
Posted 21.09.2018 @ 12.56PM (Edited 21.09.2018 @ 1.10PM)
Well that two month contract ended up stretching out to 11. Wanted to shoot myself in the head every day by the end but my conscientiousness wouldn't let me leave until the job was finished.
Enjoyed a month and half off afterwards!
Posted 21.09.2018 @ 12.53PM
What do people think?
I've worked in varying degrees of 'agileness' My experience in an end deliverable scenario - ie there is a website to be built by a deadline, then the project is over - is that full agile is a waste of time. The same fuckups happen: designs change, clients change their mind, scopes creep, people miss things. And they need to be dealt with. Plus there's the overhead of all the agile comms, which is meant to avoid the fuckups but never seems to.
I'm sure it works well where it belongs, I get it for a continuous integration, ongoing product. But for me, I think the agile evangelists are full of it. They act like before agile people would just work in isolation with no consultation between accepting the job and delivering the end product. I'm sure the whole thing is to increase project managers pay while reducing their workload and responsibility.
Posted 26.06.2017 @ 11.05AM
Yeah the apostrophe thing needs fixing.
And @Pscysm that 'my threads' thing kind of exists already:
Posted 09.12.2015 @ 12.12PM
Hey @Pscysm - my first thought when I looked at your landing page is...what exactly is this? Granted, I have some idea because I've seen what you've been saying about it on the forum. But even so, I find myself unsure when looking at your landing page. I can't grasp what Dragonbill is and why I want it.
The content in the red bar is useful for expanding on what's being offered, but it's secondary information. I'd like to see the primary message upfront to feel confident that I understand what I'm signing up for is something I'm actually interested in.*
*caveat, I'm not necessarily your target market, but it was easier to write this in first person