Muxima is now live, the launch was a success! It has been a challenging project, getting out of our comfort zone is never easy and it is exactly what has happened with Muxima. Being from a different background it wasn’t easy for me to embrace such a project, full of challenges of its own. If […]
Yelo Phone’s main feature is based on call forwarding but little did I know how difficult it is to have operators support call forwarding properly. On Yelo Phone, when you configure call forwarding you’re telling your operator to forward your missed calls to a Yelo Phone number. So Number A calls Number B and the […]
If you haven’t tried Yelo Phone it’s hard to understand how or why you would use it so I decided to make a demo video to show the Yelo Phone call forwarding in action. Take a peek!
When I founded ebuddy.com, with about 400 million registered accounts, it actually started as a hobby. I was bored as hell at my 9 to 5 software developer job and I started a side project that eventually became a multi-national company. Fast-forward to today and the story didn’t change that much. More grayed hairs for […]
Looking for Part I or Part II? Everything is ready, without much resources available I’ve decided to launch the website. I connected up my desktop to my internet cable connection at home and pushed the button to go live without really knowing what to expect. The site was available at www.everywhere-msn.com. But the site was […]
Looking for Part I? (if it gets too geeky for you jump a few paragraphs) J2ME was a hot topic in 2002 but it also had a lot of issues, to start with not all phones supported Java, each manufacturer implementation would be different than the other which along the time would become a real […]
The time was somewhere in 2002. I was a Java developer and at my current job I was building internal CRM applications. I was really bored to death but at least I had a job, after the dot-com bubble burst you couldn’t afford to be picky, the previous two companies I worked for went bankrupt […]