How We Built New Active Collab
Active Collab first came out as an open source software in the summer of 2006, followed by the commercial version 1 year later. We reworked the code for v3.0…
We actually named our servers by Corleone family members, but it’s not something we recommend. It was fun while we were a smaller company, but at one point you run into two issues: you run out of family members, and it’s difficult for our people to remember what Kathryn does and who’s in charge for the database. We wrote a post on that.
Or as @madsohm wrote: “Servers are not pets, to be named…
Best insights often come from unexpected places — that’s why they’re great. When you look at something from a new angle, your mind accepts it as new information and a new model, which it then exploits and reaps wisdom.
Testimonials and posts on how others use Active Collab
We have actually decided to move our whole corporate blog to Medium. There are a few drawbacks, but inconsequential when compared to everything we gain from it. (Need to write a post on it.)
With the design of a new website and pretty much a complete overhaul of our image — Medium and the communal approach to blogging is just one more thing we’re changing. How it will play out, we’ll see.
Customer story written by Ryan Masuga from Masuga Design.
I started using activeCollab many years ago as a freelance web developer. I wanted to make my young business appear more professional to my clients, so it was important to have a solid project management system in place. It was a great…