Kipchoge: The Last Milestone is the story of one man attempting to run the first marathon in less than 2 hours. I came into the documentary very familiar with Eliud Kipchoge and this attempt. The filmmakers have a subject and a story that anyone could find compelling.
Running a marathon is hard. Running it fast is even harder. To put a sub-2 hour marathon in context imagine running one lap around a 400 meter track in 68 seconds. Now imagine doing that 105 consecutive times.
Lately I’ve been thinking about what I’m putting out to the world. Outside of work there really wasn’t a lot. I don’t tweet much. My blog could have had a virtual tumbleweed blowing across it. I do continue to work on behind the scenes updates to Exist Integrations but I never feel inclined to write about it.
I should have realized my mistake. It was a mistake to develop the website and blog from the ground-up. Laravel is a great framework and I’m using it with Exist Integrations but it required too much work to make any updates to this blog.
July has been a busy month for my work on Exist Integrations:
- Finished the WhatPulse integration
- Mustered up the courage to announce the website on the Exist Developers forum
- Fixed bugs - one that a user discovered
- Moved the roadmap to Changemap
I’m not done! Today I’m excited to announce that an integration to Toggl Track is live.