Yep. Here we go again.
First of all, it was a tremendous effort for me to glean and put this all together. After more than 3 years spent on the opposite side of the real world it's time to come back and finish the strands of some things in Bulgaria.
Believe me, working on so many projects at once, juggling a company and studies/research is totally killing when you add on top several "hobby" projects which consume more time even than some of your paid projects. The two-pronged approach to things is simply dull for me, I'd rather better an N*M-pronged approach. Before I realize, I was at a point with 25 projects and 10 teams on my shoulders with the the last deadline being 1.5 years ahead, waiting your call. And that's responsibility which you cannot simply throw away, unless you want to ruin the business of multiple stakeholders and developers, all waiting their paydays. Sounds similar to something that we have been learning to do?... But scratch that, that was just another challenge to be completed and the oft-cited quotes are soon ending.
Victories are sweetest when you have worked harder than anybody. And that's something most programmers and ordinary people cannot understand.
P.S: Steel wants me to buy him a drone now for shooting of the 'Corrosion' video. Oh well, now we have to fly. :)