Wait! is it 2009?


Posted by Will at January 12th, 2009

Wow, Hoth has been entirely too quiet. We don't even have a New Year post! I'll take the blame for that if it will get us off the hook. Now, on to business...

2008 was busy year. We grew from a handful of employees into a full-time web application shipping yard, starting satellite offices in Huntsville, Alabama and Montevideo, Uruguay. We have continued the development of our flagship application, Lighthouse, lined up a steady base of client work, and started development on our new product, Tender. During this time we managed to maintain our other passion, developing open source software.

Recently on ENTP...

Season 1 summed up

A quick recap of 2008's open source work

March 2008

  • Justin Palmer releases GitNub, a Gitk-like application written in RubyCocoa that looks like it belongs on a Mac.

April 2008

June 2008

July 2008

September 2008

October 2008

November 2008

  • Courtenay Gasking releases css_file_sanitize, which allows your Ruby web app to take custom CSS and reject anything that smells bad.
  • ENTP releases XTT, a time tracker application. Think private 'twitter' that counts the duration of status messages.
  • Daniel Cadenas releases rspec2rr, a Ruby script that helps you ease the migration process from rspec dobules ro rr trying to reduce your manual work
  • Will Duncan, our user support guru, turns 25.

December 2008

Hot off the press for 2009!


  1. Alistair Holt Alistair Holt said on January 12th, 2009

    Great work guys!

  2. Phil Phil said on January 12th, 2009

    Thanks, Jeremy. For too long I’ve felt that people who respect their grandmothers are an under-served segment of the wiki market.

  3. Justin D Justin D said on January 13th, 2009

    Dying to check out Tender, can’t wait for the launch! We’re going to have to pull the trigger on a new support system soon, and Tender is in the top three – pending actual hands-on testing of course.

    Based on what some associates think of Lighthouse, I imagine Tender will be just as sweet. =)

    Good luck!

  4. Virtual Force Virtual Force said on August 10th, 2011

    That's really good work and I am really impressed the work you have done.

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