Codegram has changed a lot in the past 10 months.
The team has grown from six to nine people, so we moved to a bigger office in Terrassa. We also established a partnership with El Cocu, an awesome music and video production team, who now work at our office. They are the folks behind Barcelona Ruby Conference's awesome trailer!
Speaking of which, we have also been really busy preparing a truly awesome Barcelona Ruby Conference for this September. Check it out if you haven't yet.
One of the coolest changes though is that we are now present not only in Barcelona, but in Berlin as well. Last year I moved to this great German city! Berlin is home to many new tech startups, and it's attracting more and more talent from all around the world. Personally, I also think it is the best city to live in Europe, but that's just my opinion :)
Expanding to Berlin allowed us to be able to work with some of the coolest names in the startup scene. I had a great time working for half a year on Wunderlist 2 by the lovely folks at 6Wunderkinder, many of which are almost like a second family to me. We helped build the new API currently serving 6 different platforms. Early this year we moved on to a new project at Wimdu, where I'm having a lot of fun as well. In a city like Berlin, who knows what's next?
If you're in Berlin and you haven't met me yet, come say hi! You'll find me at the local Ruby user group, struggling between parentheses at random Clojure meetups, or just hanging out among friends and beers at the Landwehrkanal.
And if you couldn't make it to the inauguration of our new office in Terrassa last month, check out our flickr album about it! :)