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Merry Christmas and Positive Lookahead

Posted on 24/12/08 by Felix Geisendörfer

Hey folks,

this is Tim and Felix wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We hope you had a great year and got as much excellent baking done as possible.

2008 has certainly been a very exciting year here at Debuggable. We traveled the world and met up with bakers in Singapore, Argentina and the US. We worked with a lot of amazing companies and individuals, creating an insane amount of applications and products. We also had the opportunity to host a 2 day CakePHP workshop in Raleigh (home of the famous NOSLOW) using the facilities provided by credit risk management. It was a huge success.

The future however, is even brighter! We developed a new technology that will put the R back into revolution. But I really don't want to talk about it too much yet. We are also going to relaunch our blog and change the overall concept of Don't worry, we will continue to write about CakePHP, but you are going to see much more video. Coincidentally, the new technology will also play a role in that. Follow me on twitter if you are curious.

-- Felix Geisendörfer aka the_undefined


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Robert said on Dec 24, 2008:

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you to!
May the next year bring more helpful blog posts for everyone :)

Steve Oliveira said on Dec 25, 2008:

Damn, you tease!

Happy holidays!

leo said on Dec 25, 2008:

Happy holidays to you! Looking forward to what you have in the oven for 2009, and thanks for all the contributions to CakePHP!

Rasmus  said on Dec 25, 2008:

Sounds very exciting!

Hopefully we will see many amazing cakes in the new year :)

saintberry  said on Dec 25, 2008:

ooooer, if this is to do with massive file uploads in PHP without Flash and APC I need to know more! I've been hoping for a solution that doesn't rely on Perl for ages.

Tarique Sani said on Dec 26, 2008:

Wishing you a merry Christmas and a very happy and productive 2009, hope to meet you guys sometime next year :)

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