For those who don’t know already I work for DevZuz (formerly known as Mergere / Simula Labs), with the goal of Delivering Open Source Project and Process Innovation to Today’s Enterprise IT.
Leaving this self promotion behind :D, one of the advantages of working on open source is the visibility of your work. You can (and should) expose to the world what you are working on, the cool things you are doing,… Well, since few weeks ago we have a new way to do this at DevZuz.org where people like Brett Porter is putting together a good amount of interesting content (and free!) about what we do.
For instance there are two interviews with Deng Ching and Emmanuel Venisse about Apache Continuum, and for those interested in globally distributed development teams you can read more experiences of our first get together in the Philippines in Brett or Philip’s blog in addition to some of my previous postings.
And now, some photos from Philippines
Tarsier in Bohol, seems to be typical in the southern Philippines forests.
Chocolate Hills, Bohol. More than a thousand hills with about the same shape and size, whose origin it’s not clear. There are even legends to explain it’s formation.