2014 was an awesome year for bitcrowd. We had lots of fun and worked on awesome projects with great customers. In this post we want to highlight a few of the moments of 2014 we loved.
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This all would not be possible without our fabulous customers.
January - HomifyLink to section
Record time to production for Homify: starting the development in November 2013, Homify launched in January 2014. We further supported the development until October and are proud of the customer response it got. Thanks also to Philip Dommermuth from whom we learned a lot about online community management and growth. An awesome customer to have.
May - SparkerLink to section
July - LieferyLink to section
We built the backend for Liefery.com, a same day delivery service. It was a nice challenge and we learned a lot about how to organize a high scalability backend.
September - KrautreporterLink to section
Krautreporter launches into beta. It’s a platform that makes sustainable journalism without advertisement possible. After the successful sparker campaign we started to build the platform and the CMS behind it. The project got a huge amount of media attention, including appearances in the Tagessschau and other TV shows.
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In 2014 we also revealed our secret superhero identities. Thanks to Rin for the idea. We had lots of fun at our photo shoot:
And the result was really impressive:
We also managed to hire some really awesome developers: Bodo Tasche, Darren Cadwallader, Philipp Tessenow, Tobias Pfeifer and attracted some more sparkling freelancers to work with us. Folks, it is really awesome to work with you!
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If you are searching for a venue for your user group, feel free to contact us.
We also sponsored many events and traveled to them (Don’t ask about the karaoke session at Rubyconf Portugal :wink: ).
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In 2015 we will continue to drive our community involvement forward - e.g. with launching the junior developer program. Our team has enough experience now to start teaching new developers and showing them why working in our field is so awesome.
Another goal is to increase the amount of open source contributions even more.
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In 2015 the airship continues to reside in the Sanderstrasse. Meet us there at the various user groups, let us help you with your projects and get in touch if you’ve got special super hero skills.
See you @bitcrowd.