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
Wow, what a busy past 36 hours it has been!
Right when you think you’ve got everything sorted out, the gremlins come out! I’m glad to say that we’re back on track!
Being a DevOps engineer is a very interesting position. I can see how my personal employers of the past appreciated me (some of them). Even in the midst of extreme difficulty, I’m able to remain level-headed, optimistic and joyous to myself, others as well as the situation at hand. I’m proud to be Founder of such as challenging platform full of many useful features as well as many lines of very intricate, meticulous lines of code.
As I look back, towards the beginning, things were so much more simple when I was creating a social media management platform for personal usage. Even if I was unemployed at the time (October of 2015). Starting with a framework, adding features, testing (x100) and eventually gaining the approval of many of my respected friends, acquaintances, and others. This is what informed me, by far, that Socialius could be as useful if not more useful for others than it is for me.
Why? Because I know a fair bit about the complexities of social media and they may not. Not to mention several other serious and important factors. This is truly the Socialius way: Share what we know, about who you know, meanwhile showing you how to boost efficiency and propagate your message(s) properly. The best part, this is only the beginning — our future contains so much more, we just can’t mention much now.
Humbly and honestly (hat tip), I’ll never forget using other services such as Hootsuite or SocialBro and being inspired by the usefulness of such tools. At the end of the day, our types of companies may be viewed as competitors but we’re all doing something great — bringing the world together socially.