Nice to see you around. I remember when you first started here on the community and I'm very glad to see you kept on your path.
Good luck with all your future endeavors.
Grace, Congrats on your success. We go back to almost the beginning on this community.
Dreams do come true and I am sure that both you and your team have the skills and experience to keep
Just to add my congrats!
Like you I have recently returned from a spell away,
I remember looking at your site when we first began "talking" to each other and was amazed.
It is fab news yu have finaly brought yur dream to reality.
I have not been around for awhile..getting the 'baby' up and running has been a long hard road. Doing something 'new' is always a challenge.
My software architect and 'chief code dude' have had to solve some incredible code problems to make sure that the application is stable. We have suffered through cascading failures and my team has stuck it out. No one has been paid since April of 2009. We have a new CEO who is investing money so the code guys can get paid.
We have designed, developed and are launching a pure internet SaaS service for aircraft maintenance records. All information goes into an online spreadsheet kept in virtual 'boxes'. The spreadsheets are programmed with the business rules for managing aircraft maintenance, hours, cycles, time due, remaining time, time since installed/overhauled/complied with and we even have an engine pro rate disk and management workbook ( as well as a workbook for engines that do nnot have pro rated disks at thrust level) that serves as a forensic for the engine as well as The format is a 'workbook' with tabs for entering various categories of information. However...the formulas do not appear (like in Excel) and code cannot be snapped from the page. We have one formula so unique that we may be able to copyright it.
If there are any aviation types in the community or someone who owns an aircraft who wants to have a look let me know...my contact info is on my bio. FYI...another community member Iwrite is my advertising guru. He will be handling all of the 'social aspects of our marketing plan' and working with our designer to create even more gorgeous advertising.
This has been a 10 year dream and a 5 year journey. Never give up on your dream...you will find a way to take the ring to Mordor and a Sam to help you do it. My entire team is composed of 'Sams' may all of you find your way to your dream.
So does anyone have anything to say? Please chime in!!!