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Movement And Progress

In collaboration with a colleague, I’m currently designing, writing, and testing a multi-threaded, soft-real-time application component for a distributed, embedded sensor system. The graph below shows several metrics that characterize our creation.

The numbers associated with the most recent 9/22/11 time point are:

Of course, the pretty graph and its associated “numbers” don’t give any clue as to the usefulness or stability of our component, but “movement” is progressing forward. Err, is it?

Don’t confuse movement with progress – Tom Peters

What’s your current status?

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