Hey there! Hope you guys have been doing well! I've been super busy recently! Keeping up with all these projects and such while also trying to have a normal life haha I am starting to see the similarities between myself and the crazy work/life balance that Elon Musk has (just on a way smaller scale). I do like it though, but ask me again in a couple of months. I've been keeping up pretty well in getting things figured out and scheduled. A lot of that is by setting some reasonable tasks for myself every day. Can't make them too hectic and wild because that is when you fall in trouble. This is a difficult task for some people though because everyone's line is different. I would think I have a high line on what I expect myself to complete in one day.
Besides all that, we did have an interesting week this week! Nothing announced and released their Phone (2) in the wild and from the looks of it, it looks like a solid refinement on the previous years! Microsoft also got approved to purchase Activision which is an interesting purchase to have gone through. Very interested in how that will play out. And at the end of it, Apple released all the public betas to all their new OS's that are coming out in the Fall.
Apple releasing all their OS got me thinking though about betas. Do you use them? I use to be all about using beta's but after some bad experiences and the last couple of years, I stopped. If you don't know, beta's are software that hasn't been deemed ready yet, but has been built for some testing purposes. Some companies like Apple and Google allow you to gain access to this software so you can preview things and also make sure your own applications function and integrate properly before the official release happens. This has become a big thing however that many people use the applications and software before it is prime time.
I don't like to use them because while I am always so excited about the information, I rely so much on my devices that I can't have any hiccups. A lot of times when beta's come out, there are bugs both minor and major that can interrupt the flow you have, so I try to stay away from them. It is hard though, sometimes the features are awesome and I want to try them out immediately. What about you? Do you like to try out betas or have you had any bad experiences with them?
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