Tag Archives: Found Line

Brown Bag Lunches

Working at a small company (Found Line), there aren’t as many opportunities to talk with and learn from a diverse set of co-workers as there might be at a larger organization. This is part of the reason why I organize our local PHP Users Group and am involved with other community events (VAGUE, Vermont Code [...]

Found Line at Vermont 3.0

If you live or work in the Burlington, Vermont area then be sure to stop by Vermont 3.0 taking place tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday at the Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center. Found Line will be exhibiting. We’ll be at booth G10 in the Great Room on the third floor. Hope to see you there!

Vermont Code Camp Wrapup

A big thanks to everyone who attended, volunteered, sponsored, organized, and spoke at this year’s Vermont Code Camp—we had 23 speakers, 25 sessions, and 125 attendees! Check out some of the presentations, photos, and tweets from this past weekend. A special shout-out to Julie Lerman and Rob Hale for all of their hard work in [...]

Job Opening: Functional Analyst & Quality Assurance Specialist

Found Line is hiring! We’re looking for a Functional Analyst & Quality Assurance Specialist to help us create useful web applications. Here is a description of the job: As a Functional Analyst & Quality Assurance Specialist at Found Line, you will have three primary responsibilities. First, you will communicate with outside clients and subject matter [...]

Year In Review

Being the first day of 2010, I thought it would be a good time to take a look back at 2009… Burlington, VT PHP Users Group 2009 was the second full year of the Burlington, VT PHP Users Group. We had some fun meetings and presentations including: January Jason Pelletier gave a presentation on CSS [...]

Common Good Vermont

The other day we launched the first iteration of the Common Good Vermont website. From the about page: Vermont (pop. 621,000) is a small, tightly knit rural state proud of its independent spirit and high levels of civic engagement. Vermont’s independent sector (3000+ organizations, $4 billion annual revenue) plays a primary role in the delivery [...]

Moving On

Today is my last day at Vermont Oxford Network and I will now be working at Found Line full time. This was not a decision I took lightly. Vermont Oxford Network is a great place to work and they’ve got an excellent team. For the last four and half years I’ve been developing software that [...]

RedEye Universal Remote Control

Today one of our clients, ThinkFlood, launched their RedEye Universal Remote Control for the iPhone and iPod touch. The device and application combination allows you to “use your iPhone or iPod touch to control your TV, stereo, cable box, DVD player, and many other devices that receive standard (infrared) signals.” The product launch got some [...]

Project Retrospective

When Peak Organic Brewing Company started in 2005 they asked us create their website (yes, it’s a table-based layout — this was 2005, get over it). When it launched the website included (and still includes as of this writing) the ability for you to “share your peak experience” with other users of the website by [...]