One of the most thrilling aspects of developing software for speech therapy is venturing into areas where the existing state of the art doesn't align with our vision.
There's often a unique dance between academic theories and the practical needs of business. Academic perspectives can often be more idealistic than what's feasible in a real-world setting. As a result, software development might necessitate certain trade-offs, leading to deviations from the original theory. Over time, industry professionals become accustomed to these adaptations in the software they use daily, sidelining the foundational theories.
However, with the rapid evolution of technology, it's essential to occasionally revisit these theories. By doing so, we might discover that present-day tech can bring us closer to those academic ideals while still catering to practical business needs. It's like playing an old vinyl record on the latest sound system or exploring a centuries-old map with today's advanced navigation tools.
At Ambiki, we're re-exploring this balance, especially in the realms of progress tracking and goal setting. It's a journey full of challenges, excitement, and immense learning. We're eager to bridge the gap between theory and practice in innovative ways.