It's official: I received a PIN code from Google to confirm the address of the iText Dev Shack:
Did you know about Google Places? If you have a business, you can add your address, and Google will send you a card like the one above so that you can create a page on Google Places. Your business will also appear on Google Maps and Google Latitude when people look for them.
Although it's not an official holiday in Europe, we honor the tradition of Thanksgiving at iText. It was an opportunity for our employees —who are working on different locations— to meet in person, and we also invited an inspiring guest.
Big thanks to the complete iText crew, and thank you Korenlei Twee for creating an American menu: Pumpkin soup! Turkey! Mmm...
A while ago, we bought a house for iText Software where we could welcome developers; both our own developers as well as guest developers (interns, students,...). For a couple of months, we kept the location a secret, but now we can finally show you our front door:
This year, iText Software was present at Devoxx with a booth.
Today we've published a new release of iText and XML Worker. These new releases are right in time to be presented at Devoxx, the biggest Java conference in Europe. Don't forget to drop by for a chat at the iText booth!
It had been in the air for a long time now, but today I finally received word from Google that Google plus had been opened for brands and businesses. This is what it said:
Google+ Pages are a way for brands and businesses to have a presence on Google+. Pages bring you closer to your audience, letting you have real conversations with the right people, connecting you face to face with your site’s visitors, and letting current fans recommend new ones.