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Make yourself at home.

Citizens of the universe, we are proudly announcing the first, best, and only Opoloo blog.

What's happening here?

We had this quite undefined but somehow urging feeling of a need to divest ourselves of the extensive knowledge about working on the interwebs that we have accumulated over the last couple of years.
This blog will regularly feature articles about technology & design, and all the flotsam and jetsam somehow related to those two fields: coding, content strategy, pixel-pushing, development, marketing, photography, you name it.

Who is this for?

We are convinced of the fact that the purpose of a blog should be twofold: serve your own needs (the interest of your company, by which I mean sharing insights into your own work and the work of your colleagues) and the needs of your community – ours is definitely rooted deeply in the Android world, but not exclusively limited to it. We'd like to publish relevant content for people working with the web. For design masterminds, code poets, wordworkers, photography geeks, marketing moguls, content kaisers, and dev chefs.

Can I come play?

If you feel you have something relevant to contribute, just say hello. We'd love for this to be an open platform where people can let it all hang out.

Let's get in touch. Let's work together. Let's share what we know.
Let's make it better.

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