We are on our second day of Spark.Me Conference and our agenda is packed with inspiring and interesting presentations. After Bal Balaji’s presentation on building big products fast, Chris Varenhorst a Software Engineer Dropbox took the stage. Chris is a graduate of MIT with a BA in Computer Engineering and a MA in Engineering & Computer Science. He started workingstuff

Spark.me is an interactive conference designed to unlock your creativity, learn from renowned speakers and come up with potential business ideas. This regional conference will present international experts who will speak from their experience and how they discovered the spark of inspiration that ultimately led them to success in their field. The conference will be held September 26th – 27thstuff

Attachments.me, a popular service which helps you save your Gmail attachments to Google Drive, Dropbox and Box account, now supports Egnyte, which combines cloud and local storage. On Attachments.me’s blog, CEO Jesse Miller explained why they chose to Egnyte: Egnyte offers a secure, enterprise friendly, hybrid cloud solution that powers over 30,000 businesses. Their recent integration with Google Docs offers anstuff

Happy birthday, WordPress! Exactly 10 years ago, on May 27th, 2003, WordPress was released to the pubic. The most beloved CMS system in the world is installed on almost 15% of websites from the list Internet’s top 1 million created by Alexa and since August of 2011 every fifth website uses WordPress. By April 2013, versionstuff

Natasa Djukanovic, our sales and marketing manager here at .Me, last week introduced a new conference: Spark.Me. It will be held in Montenegro  on September 26th-27th in Splendid Hotel. Spark.me is an interactive conference designed to unlock your creativity, learn from renowned speakers and come up with potential buisines ideas. This regional conference will present international expertsstuff

Popular online profile platform About.Me is going premium! The “once again startup” which was co-founded by RyanFreitas, Tony Conrad and Tim Young in October of 2009, then sold to AOL only to be bought back by the management team and a group of investors two years later is trying to carry out new features that existing and potential new users might like. First on the list is its new Premiumstuff

Remember Ikonica.Me – nifty little app for designers which was developed during 48-hour MoFo Hackaton? Well it finally launched! After some last minute tweaking and final Apple approval, Ikonica.Me hit the App and Mac Store where users can download it right now. This essential bit of kit for every designer is hoping to lead a small revolution into development of iOS apps as many designers come across this problemstuff

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