The first question most people ask me about PeepCode Screencasts is “How many employees do you have?”
Maybe it’s a more polite way of asking “What was your gross revenue for the most recent fiscal quarter?” At any rate, I now have something to tell them.
Two weeks ago, I started a collaboration with Dan Benjamin. He will be working half time at PeepCode, hopefully moving to full time in the near future.
Dan has made a name for himself many times over. He developed the CMS for A List Apart, the authoritative online magazine for people who make websites. He developed and sold Corkd, a social wine review website. And he’s a perfect fit for PeepCode, given his multimedia and business experience starting The Talk Show with John Gruber and the Tack Sharp podcast with James Duncan Davidson. He also runs a popular blog at Hivelogic.
Dan is one of the most connected people I know, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he is only two degrees away from Kevin Bacon. So I’m especially flattered that he wanted to work with me. However, he is available for part-time consulting in the meantime, so contact him now if you want to work with him while he’s still on the market.
What does this mean for PeepCode? New ideas. A better workflow. More content!
In two weeks we’ve already refined parts of the PeepCode screencast production workflow that will make it easier to work with other authors and keep the quality top notch.
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