Take a look at this: there is an independent software developer who has not ly survived but has thrived for 25 years. This company has made a product used throughout the Mac community, and has been able to stay in business while updating this software all the time.
This is a surprisingly rare success story, and The Mac Observer wishes to wish Bare Bes Software a happy birthday of mey! Twenty-five years ago, Bare Bes first released BBEdit, a software program trusted by many members of the Mac community, including developers creating Mac and iOS applicatis, as well as web developers. Today, it is about versi 12, which includes countless small updates alg the way.
"When we made the first commercial release of BBEdit in 1993, the Mac market was very," said Rich Siegel, founder and CEO of Bare Bes Software, Inc. "During all the ups and downs of our industry over the last quarter century, a cstant has been the support we have received from us, customers, the Mac community, and Apple. We are grateful for that, and look forward to ctinuing to produce great Mac software for many years to come. "
Today, BBEdit has been around for 9,131 days, which is a bit much, even if Mac mini strives to catch up.
In the meantime, cgratulatis to Rich Siegel, and PR, Naomi Pearce, who rewrote BBEdit for 15 of those years (wow!). And if you're a fan of BBEdit, Bare Bes is …