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bakircius says

Try this: https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira

We have been using it at work. Here, over 400 people are using it. I think, it is complex platform for single workouts.

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GraphiTivity says

Good Luck mate i am taking the same path… Trello is nice simple and flexible!

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onioneye says

Definitely Wunderlist for to-do lists. Both beautiful AND highly functional.


Hey,
IMO, Basecamp works very well for “solo” projects. Also you can check out the Wunderlist.
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BoxyStudio says

Thanks everyone for the wonderful advice and suggestions!

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Ryan563 says

Best of luck on your new venture, Justin – no matter what happens, you made the decision to take action, and that says a lot.

I’m not a developer, but my advice/suggestions would be to 1) take note of your strengths/what you’re good at and use them as much as possible 2) ask for help 3) take naps 4) build upon what works 5) continue learning.

Oh, have fun too!

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Hastlo says

Hey Justin! I’m in the same path as you. I had a terrible and boring job and started to think about “going solo” for about 1 month. Well I quit my job and I’m more scared than excited right now but I’m feeling enough confident to keep the hard work.

Good to know that I’m not alone! As the British says: “who dares wins”.

Wish the best luck for you!

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SwellStudio says

All the best mate. I’m sure it will work out great for you!

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kashifahmed says

@SwellStudio:

Dude the thread is 7months old, where did you find this thread :) The person who started this thread has became Elite Author :)

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ThemeBeans says


Related to development, if you are a single dev, all you need is Github. You can have issue tracker, milestones, etc.
Yeah I finally started using Github on my last two themes and I love it. Looks like I need to start using the issue tracker as well. Thanks!

Maybe I should look into issue trackers and such. I for sure don’t know enough about GitHub :/

Anyhow, congrats on going solo! It’s a blast! Biggest advice I can give is to not burn yourself out. Take breaks and enjoy the fresh air every once in a while. :)

Wunderlist is my king of productivity, though I keep most everything in my head lol.

EDIT: Bahaha fooled me too. Yup this is months old lol

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