The Year 2013 — A Summary
Every December, I write a recap of the year that’s gone. I’m a couple of days late this time, but I’d still like to write about some of our highlights from 2013.
Need For Speed™ Network
2013 was dominated by our biggest and most ambitious project yet: Need For Speed™ Network for our new clients Ghost Games and EA. We had pretty much the full team working on this project for most of the year. We’re not completely done with it yet, and we’ll have more to say when we’re finished. In the mean time, check out the promo video for the app.
Our own product ProjectPuzzle has been left mostly unattended since we launched it in 2012. We had several new customers sign up during 2013 though, and we received lots of great feedback from people who tried it out. We’ve started working on the next version of ProjectPuzzle, and I’m really looking forward to sharing the progress of that with you in the coming months.
The 4th annual Nordic Ruby was the best one yet. It was probably also the last one, in a way. We’re changing things a bit for 2014.
I wrote a blog post about Nordic Ruby 2013 with lots of great photos and video. Check it out if you haven’t already.
At the end of November we said goodbye to Anders Törnqvist. Anders was one of the original 4 team members at Elabs, and after 5 great years here he wanted to try switching from consulting to working in a product company. We wish him the best of luck with his new job at PugglePay.
Right now we’re working hard on finishing the last pieces of the Need For Speed™ Network project, and after that we’re looking for new client projects. If you have something you think we can help with, please get in touch.
Here’s to 2014.