Blogging is tough work.. an update
In any case, I decided to leave a project early. I normally will never leave a project until it is done, but in this case, I was getting bored.
Without getting into specifics, I was working on a DOD project. It started out innocently enough with the typical architecture tasks but then migrated to a systems/data broker documentation position.
In reality, I spent nine months putting together very intricate architecture documentation.
While it was a great experience, the pace was brisk and I was learning on the fly on a couple of the items.
Positives: learned the DODAF development life cycle and all the documentation that goes with it.
Negatives: didn't code hardly at all. No fun.
Next, I plan to work on another Army project that hopefully will put the virtual tools right into the hands of our warriors who need them the most.