Published Tuesday 13th June 2023

QWeb Ltd in 2023

We're half way through 2023 already. It's been over 10 years now since we opened and I'm not really sure where all of that time has gone! Embarrasingly, it's been almost 5 years since we last wrote a blog post. I guess we've been pretty busy and that's always a nice problem to have. Kate's been posting micro updates to our social media accounts at least, but it's time to tidy things up a bit so that's what we're doing at the moment.

For the last couple of weeks we've been working on our new website, which is now live, so welcome to QWeb in 2023! This isn't just an aesthetic revamp, we wanted to reiterate what our services actually are, and the kind of work we've been doing over the last few years. We've come a long way in this time and our old website wasn't really working for us any more. It didn't show off who we've become, or what we've been doing, so I hope these new pages do a better job of that. As part of this tidy up, I've cleared out some of our less useful blog posts and will be dusting off the keyboards. Stay tuned for new tutorials and insightful posts about the projects we're working on. We do some pretty cool stuff here!

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Ric is a senior web and game programmer with nearly 30 years industry experience and countless programming languages in his skillset. He's worked for and with a number of design and development agencies, and is the proprietor of QWeb Ltd. Ric is also a Linux server technician and an advocate of free, open-source technologies. He can be found on Mastodon where he often posts about the projects he's working on both for and outside of QWeb Ltd, or you can follow and support his indie game project on Kofi. Ric also maintains our Github page of useful scripts.

Blog posts are written by individuals and do not necessarily depict the opinions or beliefs of QWeb Ltd or its current employees. Any information provided here might be biased or subjective, and might become out of date.

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