2012 was another great year for Eldarion, taking more clients from idea to launch and releasing more open source apps and sites of our own.
Even though we're normally busy working away in our respective home offices, the team does occasionally get out to promote open source, entrepreneurship and what we're up to.
Last week we launched two new paid sites and we're taking a different approach to each of them. We also celebrated an anniversary.
Our leading Django hosting service, Gondor, is no longer just for Django.
The Eldarion team are back at PyCon again this year.
2011 was the year Eldarion really got into the groove of taking ideas to launch faster—for our clients, our partners and ourselves.
What did we achieve in 2011?
If a shared password is the only way for my team to use your service, you're doing it wrong!
Two years ago, we launched what has turned out to be one of our most successful sites, Typewar. In the last couple of weeks we've been rolling out a major new aspect to the typeface-identification game: Quests.
It was a week or so before DjangoDash 2011. As the major sponsor of the dash, we had made the decision to not compete, but we did want to have our own internal Dash. As usual, James had an idea—a programming language chrestomathy.
We're looking to expand our team of contractors that help us to build great Django sites for our clients.