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How many "active" projects do you currently have?

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I'm just curious, I tend to start a bunch of projects, work on them for a few hours or days, then move on to the next thing. At this point I have about 30 projects active ranging from private accounting software, to twitch stream analytics, to media streaming services to like, to do lists


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1 minute ago, Hazy125 said:

I'm just curious, I tend to start a bunch of projects, work on them for a few hours or days, then move on to the next thing. At this point I have about 30 projects active ranging from private accounting software, to twitch stream analytics, to media streaming services to like, to do lists

That's a great way to keeps oneself in a perpetual state of 'busy work' whilst never actually completing anything or being productive in any way.

 

In general if one is 'doing it properly' it should take a fair while to get into a given context and then actually become productive in it i.e. getting all of the architecture back into one's skull. I completely fail to see how switching between a battery of projects can be productive... unless of course we are talking about trivial or poorly written garbage that is.


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I keep telling myself I need to make a To Do list, I started one on Any.do a while back but I didn't keep up with it. I honestly can't remember how many active projects I'm working on which is really bad. :(


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Well, here's what I've got:

  • Project Trinity - a 3D JRPG adventure that is coming to the Nintendo Switch sometime soon™. It's on hold while we make enough money to support it
  • Project Mochi - a 2D platformer that is coming to many platforms also soon™. Actually active in development.
  • Saturn Engine - a scratch-built, general-purpose and permissively-licenced video game engine with no software dependencies, for the Game Boy Advance. Currently on hiatus because I have a life.
  • Trinity Software's website - a website that runs on Node 6 + Express, currently undergoing a facelift. Development is erratic but still active.
  • The Cave of Origin - another Express Node proxied through Nginx, enduring an even bigger facelift as well. I haven't touched it in a week or two.

Other than that, there really isn't much to show for. I have over 50 projects (counting private ones) on my GitHub, but I don't really consider those "active" by any stretch of the imagination. They're archived.


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It really depends on what you mean by "active" - if "active" means I have actually written code in the past few days then I have perhaps 1 or 2 at any given time, maybe 3 or 4 max. At the moment my two "active" projects under this definition would be my Slice game engine and a neat (at least I'd like to think so) little game I'm building with it.

 

But if "active" means I have given significant consideration to a project within the past few days, then the number for me swells to typically 5 separate projects, sometimes as high as perhaps 10.

 

And if "active" just means I plan to do something with it at some point in the future then I have hundreds of projects "active" ranging from a content transfer protocol to replace HTTP, a media streaming protocol, countless game ideas, two separate game engine architectures, and a whole bunch of other stuff. But that's so much stuff that I'm definitely not working on all of it at once, which is why I probably wouldn't use this definition of "active" myself.

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im not sure what you mean by active but i have like 30 something git repositorys i keep tabs on but its not like all i do iscoding just every once in a while ill have a great idea how to make this or that better and contibute.


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I'm currently working on an Update for this OpenSource Project because this library is pretty important for some of my other projects. Additionally, I'm working on a cross-network social network browser(actually doing this just to get into using different REST Services and I didn't have any better ideas). My Projects directory contains about 35 folders but a lot of them are duplicates (I wrote an ask.fm clone in PHP, Node, Ruby on Rails and Python ^^) 


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