Project Shinobi Takes Exciting First Baby Steps in Internal Pre-Alpha Release

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Project Shinobi is running on schedule, as proved by the milestone met this week to get to an internal pre-alpha release.

The first look at the current results of the project was met with cheers in the internal Skype chat we use for keeping the entire team in the loop when geographically dispersed. It is awe-inspiring to see the first step taken towards the public release on October 1st. Especially since the pre-alpha consists a proof-of-concept for the technically challenging parts of the project (pending stress-tests). It also provides the opportunity to evaluate the usability concepts we have been developing step by step during the past one and a half years.

Here is a snippet from our internal Skype chat (in Swedish), to provide some insight into how the pre-alpha release was recieved internally. Needless to say, we’re pretty excited about this project!

 

Skype chat
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Image credit for the artwork at the top goes to Julia Källström, my three year old daughter, who earlier this summer entirely by coincidence was drawing figures looking suspiciously much like ninjas.

8 thoughts on “Project Shinobi Takes Exciting First Baby Steps in Internal Pre-Alpha Release

  1. agaton July 18, 2009 / 14:24

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  2. ptz0n July 18, 2009 / 14:31

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