Dub5 is hiring!

June 11, 2009

helpwantedAre you a post-secondary student in Edmonton looking to make some extra money over the summer? Are you well connected and involved at the U of A, NAIT or MacEwan College? Are you an outgoing person keen on meeting new people? Does the notion of working at an energetic startup company sound awesome to you? Then you could be dub5’s campus Touchpoint Coordinator! Read the rest of this entry »


We’re demoing tonight!

May 4, 2009

I’ve been invited this evening to the Social Web Meetup at NAIT to demo the dub5 core product. This will be a great opportunity to show off some of the newer features (including the dub5 group functions) and describe some of the upcoming features we’re looking to implement for the U of A SU’s Advocacy department, U of A Tutoring, med student scheduling, and a few other neat little functions we have coming down the pipe.

If you’re interested in coming, point your browser the Social Web Meetup page and RSVP. You can also watch a livestream of the demo at www.fusedlogic.com.

And now that we’ve moved forward on a few things and are smoothing out our workflow, look for the return of weekly blog posts. It’s an exciting period of growth for out little company, and we’re eager to share our grand vision and current projects with you.

❤ bingofuel
on behalf of the dub5 team of cyborgs.

Dub5 at MacEwan Blogcamp

March 27, 2009

blogcampThe people at Edmonton-based Fused Logic invited dub5 to participate in the forthcoming MacEwan Blogcamp. We happily accepted. Read the rest of this entry »

Group it. Group it real good

March 14, 2009

After a tremendous development effort, we’re happy to announce that we’ve released our basic groupware functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

SMS integration FTW!

February 26, 2009

I was at a meeting with the director of the U of A Students’ Union‘s Advocacy Department last night, discussing ways for Advocacy to use dub5 to schedule work, develop metrics, and do on-the-fly meeting changes. It was a terrific sit-down, and I’d like to thank Chris for taking the time to chat with me, and for his enthusiasm and awesome ideas as well.

While we were sitting there eating our dinner, I received an email from Jeffu, dub5’s resident Programmer-in-Chief™. It was some of the best news I’d read in a long time. Read the rest of this entry »

Soon to come: group functionality

February 12, 2009

The dub5 founding team met briefly last night to discuss impending victories. In particular, Jeffu introduced us to the Group Functionality we’ll be rolling out in the next few weeks. (See screenshots after the jump.) Read the rest of this entry »

The tubes swallowed my post

February 9, 2009

Hey dub5 stalwarts. I was typing up a blog just now and hit the old publish button, and all but the first sentence vanished. Grr! It was a gooder, too: a tale of our first office, in the west-end commercial/industrial park of Edmonton. I will post more on that later this week… So along with this post, you’re going to get three, all told.

Curse you, interwebs!