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2012 Year in Review

2012 was another amazing year at Lincoln Loop. I’m incredibly proud of the work we accomplished and the growth and development we’ve made as a company. A few of the highlights:

  • We launched our first product, Ginger. It is critical to the way we do business at Lincoln Loop, allowing us to have meaningful discussions even when we’re not all online.
  • We revived our blog, posting on topics ranging from *nix tips, development in Go, JavaScript, and our unique style of business.
  • We worked with some amazing clients, including Evite, RedBeacon, National Geographic, and
  • We expanded our skill set into rich JavaScript applications with Backbone.js, server configuration with Chef and Salt, and even some services in Node.js and Go.
  • We sponsored DjangoCon US and became corporate sponsors of the Python Software Foundation.
  • We launched a beautiful IRC logger at
  • We started our own podcast, /dev/loop.
  • We worked on a number of open source projects including easy-thumbnails, python-qrcode, kip, and raven-js.

Perhaps the thing that I’m most proud of, however, is that we donated $12,000 to charity in 2012. We’re gaining steam and plowing on into 2013. I can’t wait to see what happens!

Peter Baumgartner

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Peter Baumgartner

Peter is the founder of Lincoln Loop, having built it up from a small freelance operation in 2007 to what it is today. He is constantly learning and is well-versed in many technical disciplines including devops, …