This is the 100th post from a dyslexic mind who thought he could not write to save his life, so for all of you avid bloggers out there, please don’t laugh! This was seriously an achievement for me.
I must say that Twitter has contributed a lot, and all those microposts of 145 characters pushed my mind to write a few more words. I also learnt that I don’t have to write full blown articles all the time, so in 2009 if my post is too large to fit on Twitter, It’ll qualify to become a blog post.
So Happy New Year! We know it is a bit late, but we have been recharging our batteries and reviving ourselves from the hard work we did in the last few remaning weeks of 2008. A lot of good things happened last year such as the Anahtia Social Engine Project, starting to develop iPhone Apps, moving our office to the heart of Yaletown Vancouver, and much more.
to mark the 100th post we would like to mention some of the popular rmd studio blog posts here:
- What is Business System Analysis?
- Not all programmers can develop software
- Computer Programmers’ Skill Set
- To Better Protect The Democratic Internet
- Engineers Vs. Architects
- When Corporate IT Resists the Open Source
- Bringing back the Zen to programmers
So what else is new?
A lot actually. In a nutshell here is the list
- Anahita Social Engine project is growing fast and it is now Google Open Social compliant. Within 60 days, we are about to launch a client project which has more than 200K users, and it is powered by the Anahita Social Engine. We are going to launch the support and distribution website for the Anahita project this year.
- We are now developing iPhone Apps too! We are about to release our 2nd client project which is a Medical Calculator. Do you have an iPhone project, please bring it on. You know that millions of iPhones have been sold and millions more will be sold this year right? You can also sell them on the iPhone Apps store and make money! That’s right, there is business model right there. So bring on those projects, and we would be happy to help you
- We’ve received many encouraging responses for the RubberDoc project, we are also overwhelmed by large number of support requests ( here and here ), which means we have to setup a system so we could get paid for the hours spent on the support, or else we won’t be able to do a good job keeping the users happy. We will be further improving the Joomla RubberDoc extensions mainly becuase some of our prime clients such as SPARC BC are currently using it.
- New rmd Studio website and blog are being developed, we need to upgrade and improve our websites as we do every new year.
- rmd Studio is Blessed to be working with such a great team of associates such as JenTekk Web Solutions, Peerglobe Technology, Joomlatools, and Rockettheme.
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6 thoughts on “Marking 100th post and wishing you a Happy New Year”
Congratulations on your 100th post! Most bloggers aren’t writers, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from saying what’s on your mind. I’m not a writer either, but blogging is a great way to practice those types of skills.
@johan – thank you! I know it has been quite a milestone for a dyslexic/ADD person like me. I must admit our websites and events have been the most effective marketing methods that we’ve used last year, so for the 2009 we’re going to focus on what worked best only.
I need to upgrade this blog and improve the functionality, it is getting a good number of traffic actually.
Happy 2009 and congrats for your 100th post, Rastin!
I enjoyed the reading of your article ‘Not all Programmers Can Develop Software’ and now I know why I had such a hard time to learn about OOP patterns and structured code: I’m not a developer! 🙂 -and probably I will not become one in the future but I enjoy programming. Yes, I agree with you, it’s fun and exciting…anyway recently I put apart programming with some regret and spent a lot more time improving my skills on creativity and visual design…hopes it will pay off in the long run!
Hi Davide, happy new year to you too. Yes Software development is a whole new level of design work, and it is quite fun I must say.
Well a lot of Software Architects never had formal training in that field bottom line it is the quality of end product that matters.
That’s all I have to say! You guys are amazing! I am really impressed with not only the world wide hype over you projects, but the quality of your work.
It really is amazing. As a student of technology I am looking forward to the release of this magnificent product, Anahita Social Engine. Whether it be commercial or GPL, I believe this to be a huge contribution to Social Networking.
Keep up the intense work. I hope one day to have the opportunity to work with individuals like you.
Thank you very much Joe! you are very kind.
Anahita Social Engine is coming together nicely and it will be released under the GPL license for sure.
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