Season’s wishes to you all!

As we get towards the end of the year, it’s time to reflect a little on what went by, but more importantly, to look at what’s coming.

2013 is going to be an interesting year for the company. This year we cemented our position as one of the leading European WordPress firms, but we know there are areas we’ve been weak in. Competitors are either better at workflow, so making them more efficient, can use remote workers more effectively, or they market better. So we’ve worked on all of those recently and will be showing more of what we can do in the next few months.

And for Xmas you’re all about to get a new version of the ever popular Database Search Replace Script – it has no fancy name, and a simple job, but it does a lot of clever things. The new version is more user friendly, ‘safer’ with dry runs and countdowns, and it shows what we can do in terms of web application development outside of WordPress – even though it was originally built for that platform. We’re finalising testing over the next few days and may even do a Xmas day release! But if you’re feeling brave, you can grab a sneak preview from Github!

So now is the time to wish everyone a very Merry Xmas, and a Prosperous New Year!

And of course, we had a Xmas do for the team. We’re a small firm, so it was a cozy meal out and a few drinks rather than a hotel takeover! Here’s some pics.

David Coveney

David Coveney

Dave has been working in software development since 1988, starting with payroll development and then ERP consultancy for large corporates. He is a keen traveller, photographer and motorsport enthusiast, but now puts family first as he’s massively in love with his two little boys. Dave is still an early adopter. He was connected to the internet from his bedroom, way back in the eighties, had a personal website by 1994, was into the connected house in the late '90s, a smartphone by 2002, and a was the first in the office with a fitness tracker.

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