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Zen is Live!

July 7, 2009

It’s been about a year since the ideas for Zen started to gel in my mind. After more long nights and working weekends than I can count, I’m proud to announce that Zen is open to the public! I’d like to thank everyone for their support, especially those that tinkered with the product during the beta process – your feedback was absolutely invaluable.

I’d also like to extend a special thanks to James Avery, Mike Eaton, Jayme Davis, and Sean Chambers. They not only used the application since the days of the first alpha, but also through their constant heckling, convinced me to work on it in the first place, and helped me through the dip to get the product to launch.

Finally, I’d like to thank my beautiful and brilliant wife, Nicole, for signing up to ride this rollercoaster with me. I couldn’t do it without you.

So what are you waiting for? Go sign up for Zen! :)

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13 Comments
  1. Congrats dude, now if only my company would use it… (already asked)

  2. Congrats! I’ve only played a bit with the demo but I loved what I saw. I will most definitely look to using it for my own projects.

  3. Congratulations Nate! It’s a beautiful website

  4. Congrats Nate!

  5. Michael D. Hall permalink

    Already signed up for a free account. I still have a lot to learn about Kanban, Lean and Kaizen. At least w/the free version there are some guidelines to work within and learn from. Thanks!

  6. MarkPerry permalink

    Also signed up for a free account. Love the design and UX, works nice and fast in Chrome. Really slick site.

  7. This is the day I’ve been waiting for! Just signed up and in the process of porting my physical board into the tool.

    Congrats to you and @nikibeth on the launch!

  8. ZenCurious permalink

    I made an account with a free plan to test the site,
    but for some reason I can’t login. I requested
    password reset twice, but no success. It insists that
    the username or password is invalid.

  9. nice, im going to sign up for a free account to start with. btw what programming language / framework is agile zen developed on (c# / asp.net mvc/sql server)? i can see it’s running on windows server 2008

  10. Praveen Angyan permalink

    I’ve signed up and I cannot log in, either on Firefox or IE 7.0. When I click on login, the login button animates and nothing happens.

  11. Paul Smith permalink

    Great news! I couldn’t help but notice that your logo looks a little like SpringSource’s though: http://www.springsource.com/

  12. Thanks – liked the demo a lot. Now going to try and get my mob to use it!

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