Day 86

At the moment there is a storm brewing in The Netherlands. A real windy storm not a metaphorical one. 😄

I went to 7 house viewings yesterday. Went through them in record time and I believe I have found my new place. There was a lot of others that were looking for a place as well. But I have a good feeling about it.

I finished the ARCore (Android) version of the app I’m working on and today I’ll finish the ARKit (iOS) version and submit it to the App Store. Which means I’ll be done today and I’ll get paid!

Another great opportunity came to me yesterday. The Dutch Police is working on a prototype for an internal Kickstarter Android app.

I get to help them and I even asked an ex-colleague to help as well.

For those who don’t know Kickstarter. First of all where the heck have you been for the last 10 years? Second its a platform where people throw money at your project so you can build it and you give them something in return. The best crowdfunding platform around imho.

They want the “same” thing so people can vote on what the next internal Police project will be.

I really like the initiative.

First we need to create a prototype. If they like what they see it will become a real project with a budget and stuff 😆

Still no update on the kids game company. Should be soon because they want me to start on Monday.

Today I’ll find out whether or not there’s another Augmented Reality project to be done.

Daily balance:

Expected expenses today:
Food

Expenses yesterday:
Personal:
€ 13,15 (groceries)
Business
€ 0,00

Expected income today:
€ 0,00

Income yesterday:
€ 0,00

Wallet:
€ 3,46

Current balance personal account:
€ 2,80

Current balance business account:
€ 56,46 – € 13,15 = € 43,31

Total:
€ 49,57


– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 21.999,26
– Personal: € 8.163,66

Total Debt:
€ 76.686,48

Balance day 85:
– € 76.638,51


€ 6.545

Cheers,
David

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