Plans for 2014

The last post was about what happened in 2013, now let’s talk about the plans for 2014:

yaTimer Time Tracking Software

yaTimer is still my flagship product and will continue to be in very active development.

Hopefully the great big update – version 3.0 – will finally be released this year.

Giraffe Upload Photo Backup Software

I will continue to support and fix bugs in Giraffe Upload but I don’t expect any major upgrades in 2014.

I really like Giraffe Upload and use it myself but I have to admit that it is unlikely to be a big success, it works, it has customers and I’m happy with it as it is but it is unlikely to pay the bills.

The Nbd-Tech web site and blog

I’m recovering from my little “burn-out” (you can read all about it in the previous post), I’m starting to get my energy level and creativity back to what their were before and hopefully soon I’ll start writing regularly for this blog again.

This web site and blog really look old-fashioned and need some new graphic design, I plan to get this site redesigned soon.

Also, this blog runs on SubText, a really nice blogging engine that is, unfortunately, a dead project, none of the core contributors worked on it for a long time and it’s unlikely to be updated in the future, this year I’ll, regretfully, migrate away from SubText into something else, probably the ubiquitous wordpress.

The Useful Photo Tips Blog

The useful photo tips blog will remain on the “back burner” for a while, I do want to stat posting there again but I have so much to do that realistically it will be a while before I have time to blog about my hobby again.

A new project

I’m always working on the next big thing and I plan a new product in the project management field, I’m going to announce it soon when its web site is ready.

What's your plans for 2014?

posted @ Thursday, January 2, 2014 11:38 PM

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# re: Plans for 2014

Left by Terre dean at 2/4/2014 10:00 AM

I am happy to see your blog again. I hope you will come up with lot more features this year. Thanks for sharing.

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