My weekdays typically involve a structured routine. Yesterday, for instance, began with reviewing tasks and setting priorities based on deadlines and project requirements. I usually have a brief 10-minute meeting in the morning, often a stand-up with the development team, where we discuss progress, blockers, and plans for the day.
The bulk of my day is spent in various software development activities. I engage in coding, debugging, and testing throughout, working on different features or addressing specific issues within the project. Collaboration is key, so I’m in touch with team members, whether it’s through direct conversations, Slack messages, or collaborative tools.
Occasionally, I have longer meetings with the development, UI, or QA teams, which are more focused on specific project aspects. These meetings vary in frequency depending on the project phase but generally occur once or twice a week, lasting around 30 minutes. We discuss design implementations, test strategies, or progress updates, ensuring everyone is aligned and addressing any potential challenges.
In the midst of all this, I also allocate time for personal skill development or learning about new technologies to enhance our solutions. It’s a dynamic environment where adaptability and collaboration play a crucial role in our day-to-day operations.