This week we have been working on getting access credentials sent out to our Early Access users. We are doing this in a tiered process so that we are able to monitor performance, solve issues along the way and offer the best service we can.
It has been a really long ride to this point, full of many interestingly new concepts, bits and bouts of frustration and many many aha moments. But this is what I endeavored for, all by myself, for the most part. Hard work is just that but the reward is amazing – being able to see others actually have a strong interest for your product that you’ve worked so hard and so long on. Truly captivating and rewarding!
What’s Next for Socialius?
Now that our base product and beyond is here it is now time to work on extending functionality, represent diverse interests and overall build Socialius into an award winning service. This will involve working with over 1k of Early Access users, querying for bugs and difficult areas and so on.
Want to Be Part of Our Team?
If you or anyone you know is well versed within Social Media and is looking to get started building experience please have them drop us an email at email@example.com
It seems that another month has passed already. Just when we thought we were ready for a full beta release more complex issues were discovered! We had a nasty issue that would affect anyone that has over 5000 twitter followers or followees, basically a show-stopper. Aside from taking care of my one year old, I’ve been on top of these for literally weeks now, day and night. I’m proud to say that this and several other major bugs have been resolved.
Our beta launch has been a bit bumpy and perhaps I underscored the complexities in the past but I’m absolutely dedicated to providing a consistent, quality, innovative service. After all, our service needs to be functioning optimally if Socialius is to service thousands (millions one day!) of accounts that contain a multitude of social media accounts under them! This is truly a challenging endeavor! We’re almost there!!
Socialius Code Updates
More core code has been rewritten to better handle unexpected issues, logging has been improved exponentially and page load times have been drastically improved (from ~15 secs to ~1.5 secs or so).
We still have a large laundry list, but with the solid code fixes we can resume work and expand our service.
Early Access Status
If you have applied for Early Access over the past month please expect login details within the next week. We’ll be onboarding users in phases as to monitor resources and keep things running fast for you.
Needless to say, we’re definitely head over heels that you’ve applied! Until next time, back to the lab for me!