- I've been working on newsdict.io in my personal time.
- I wish I could do it as SaaS, but I'm basically doing it for fun.
What I've been doing so far
- I've been doing this because it's basically fun.
Why didn't I do anything else?
- Because I wanted to focus on fun.
Now that I'm an 8-hour worker and have a kid, I don't know when I'll be able to finish the [task] I want to do.
I introduced story points.
! [newsdict.jp storypoints.png](https://qiita-image-store.s3.ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com/0/21903/106a9e5c-49c3-1b39-977f-e49793f9ba1a. png)
What are story points?
Please refer to the following.
- It's a presentation made and presented using asciidoctor.live
What I was able to solve.
- I know how much I can do in a week, and I can estimate when I will be able to achieve my goals.
- I realized that the tasks I had made into an issue could really be broken down more.
- I realized that I could have accomplished what I wanted to do without doing this task. (I start working on other things I want to do while I'm working on this task.
What I haven't solved
- Draw milestones for big goals
- When planning and reviewing specifications, points tend to be large, and if you make them into points, it's task-like and not fun...I feel...
For me, story points are useful to see how much I can stretch and how many tasks I can complete in a specific period of time, but they can't be used to think or imagine what I want to do.
I've come to the conclusion that story points are useful to see how far you can stretch yourself and how much you can accomplish in a given period of time, but they cannot be used to think about or imagine what you want to do.
It's better to look at articles that don't praise story points than those that do, to understand their merits and demerits.
This is neatly organized.