At the end of 2014 I decided to create a company that I could launch any personal projects under commercially. I’m by far no Silicon Valley hot shot programmer who has companies knocking at their door. Instead I’m someone who enjoys writing code. The first application I release commercially was Weather Pilot for BlackBerry and Android. When I first developed the app I was only married. Since then we’ve had two kids and my free time has dropped off significantly. No, it is probably more like an exponential drop that nearly resulted in the disappearance of free time. Still, as I adjusted to the change I was able to get back to working on my projects.
Over the next few weeks I’m going to write about what it has been like creating a company while having a family and a full-time job. I’ll go over how I’ve managed my time, family, integrated learning into different aspects of life, and my goals for the next few years.