Status update, february 2021

Howdy, y’all!

December and january didn’t deserve a status update. I didn’t do anything that was worth mentioning, and also, I prefered to enjoy more time not looking at another screen after work.

In the middle of january I started to feel some preasure about working in a side project for Android, because I believe that working on a project is a great way of learning new stuff (also, you have a project on your own!). So I started to look for ideas and I found one. For now I have only the skeleton, but I hope to release an alpha before summer (because I suck badly at UI/UX). This project will be open source at some point, but not during the initial development phase.

This project is not only for learning new stuff, but also for improving what I already now. There’s always room for improvement, as a rule for life.

In the mean time, I’m also waking my lazy ass up to start working out somehow. With coronavirus out there, I don’t want to risk anything, so I’m doing it at home. Since I spend a lot of time sit in a chair, I think it’s necessary to move the body a bit to stay healthy.

This year I also thought about making, at least, 12 blogposts. I’m behind by one (january status), but I’ll compensate through the year. The idea is not to do only statuses, but also to write about topics I find interesting enough (or feel comfortable enough to talk publicly and in english). Maybe I start writting about Android development, or Go development, or about privacy topics, I don’t know, but something I feel is worth writting.

I said the same last year, but for unrelated some reasons, I wasn’t able to acomplish that milestone.

I’m also planning to publish my website in spanish too. I have a few readers in my life that I’d like to share this, but don’t know any english at all, so writting the post in both languages would be a nice feature. It’ll be done by this year (I hope), and I intend to keep it always in both languages (but I’ll try to write everything first in english, so I can keep improving my knowledge and use of the language).

That’d be all, see you in the next status!