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Small Tweaks. Big differences.

By Mahangu Weerasinghe

We know most of you enjoy using CurdBee for your business' billing needs. Being a small team from Sri Lanka, we're always spiffed to see a tool we built to scratch our itch helps thousands of others across the globe. Of course, we also love listening to you and and adding new features. As we push out this new update, here are some of the new bells and whistles you should be looking for.

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Vesessination

By Mahangu Weerasinghe

A couple of weekends ago, the Vesess team took a much needed breather, and headed out for a weekend away from work, email and reddit. As a team with a lot of virtual members, the time we get to spend together in meatspace is limited. Although we're used to always being in touch via email and IM, the weekend at Sigiriya was a chance for us to really engage each other IRL, and find out what makes each of us tick.

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People to People

By Mahangu Weerasinghe

As geeks, we've been using P2P software for years. Starting with Napster in 1999, and the plethora of different filesharing networks that followed, right up to torrents, which we all use and love today, we've seen the technology being used for a number of worthwhile causes. Thus, when Sean came to us with his plan to put it to use in the real world, we jumped at the chance.

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Free At Last

By Mahangu Weerasinghe

At Vesess, we've always prided ourselves on our commitment to Free Software. A quick glance through our projects will show you that much of our work is based around FOSS solutions like Wordpress, Drupal and MODx.Therefore, to us, this announcement we're making today is just another footfall in the right direction. For a while now, all Vesess production machines have been running GNU/Linux, and with the launch of Vesess v5, we are proud to say that it will be our platform of choice from now on.

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Number Five

By Mahangu Weerasinghe

Hello and welcome to another iteration of Vesess.com. We know we've been silent for a while, and we're sorry, we really are. However, no posts does not necessarily mean no work. Behind the scenes, our code monkeys have been working overtime. So, as Vesess v5 launches, we're also readying ourselves to release a brand spanking new project that'll roxor your soxors (or boxors, depending on your persuasion).

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