22 Dec
17
As we're approaching the end of the year 2017, we may think about an upcoming year. Many of us will look back on the current year and think about all the things they wanted to do, but never managed to. Than some of us will label this as "New Year's resolutions" and will plan to fulfil them in 2018. We look at them with hope and determination. Most of them will never be done anyway or will be abandoned shortly, because thinking about a task and writing it down is usually not enough. We encounter similar situation in software development, when we impulsively add a new task to the scope as a #TODO.
As we're approaching the end of the year 2017, we may think about an upcoming year. Many of us will look back on the current year and think about all the things they wanted to do, but never managed to. Than some of us will label this as "New Year's resolutions" and will plan to fulfil them in 2018. We look at them with hope and determination. Most of them will never be done anyway or will be abandoned shortly, because thinking about a task and writing it down is usually not enough. We encounter similar situation in software development, when we impulsively add a new task to the scope as a #TODO.