When you don't blog regularly, one of the biggest challenges is to find a good topic. With Twitter around, it becomes even more complicated for the people that are not regular bloggers. While I was waiting for something interesting to pop-up as a topic, 2009 almost passed and it gave me the needed opportunity. It feels as if I blinked and it's Christmas Season again.
Before I move on with my overview, on behalf of everyone at Telerik, I would like to wish you and your families a better 2010 – stay healthy, happy and lucky. Thank you for being a part of the Telerik community and for bearing with us in good times and in bad
2009 was not an easy year – all of us, in differing severity, felt the hit of the economic slowdown that affected most of the world. It was the first time we as a business had to take into consideration macro factors and not just the things that are typically within our control. Yet, it was also an amazing time – in terms of new experiences and results achieved. Luckily, with the efforts of all the talented people at Telerik and with your incredible support, we overcame all challenges and emerged stronger – with more and better products and ready to “deliver more than expected” in 2010 and beyond.
Even though this year had a lot of economic uncertainty all around, we still accomplished almost everything on our roadmap plus a few extra things:
We are extremely proud of every single item but the really important questions is not how we feel about our products, but instead how you feel about them? Did we get better? Did we deliver the value that you expected? Did we add the tools you wanted to see from us? Please share your feedback below and help us serve you better in the year to come.
As Chief Innovation Officer at Progress, Vassil Terziev is responsible for identifying growth strategies and new market opportunities, as well as promoting internal innovation.
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