We’ve crossed a lot of small milestones lately and when you gather them all in one place it makes the momentum tangible. Try putting together a quick list like this for your own projects–it’s a good feeling.
Since mid December, we’ve…
- Launched our first niche version of DayBack for our FileMaker customers. This is letting us get some revenue, get feedback from real users, and try out new things like in-app updates.
- Pushed our first in-app updates including touch support for DayBack on iPad.
- Launched this site at dayback.com and started writing a bit about time and rethinking the calendar.
- The team is working together very well–there are 4 of us, two in Seattle, and two in Boulder/Denver– and we’ve just closed our 31,000th support ticket (since moving to FogBugz four years ago).
- Our mailing list is closing in on 11k members and a couple changes we made last week have increased our signup rate by 8x (psyched).
- We’re just wrapping up a 2 week refactor sprint breaking more of the angular controllers in DayBack into their own modules. This should make the new views coming in DayBack online a lot easier to mod.
- We’ve started our next big delivery, DayBack online, by creating the engine we’ll use for its FileMaker backend (on seedcode.com as fmxj or on github). The next backend to be supported will be Google Calendar and we’ll look at SalesForce after that.