Wednesday, March 25, 2009

New Launched!

Well, it finally happened! The public beta of the new is now officially launched. It's been a long time coming, but I think people will find it well worth the wait. The new algorithm is a lot smarter and with this we've responded to almost all of the user feedback and feature requests that have come in over the last couple of years. For the full posting, see our new Code Dojo blog for full details in this post.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Almost There!

We're finally on the home stretch for releasing the new and improved Gradefix to the general public. It's been available and under construction on our beta site at for quite a while now as we've been working on it, but we're down to the final stages now. Keep an eye out, and take a look at the beta if you'd like and let us know what you think.

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Thursday, January 24, 2008

I'm not much of a blogger...

Some have noticed that there hasn't been much activity lately on this blog, and that is 100% accurate. We've been busy with tasks other than blogging, like building the next version of Gradefix. So yes, we're still around, and we've got some great updates around the corner. So don't judge our inactivity here as inactivity in general... :)

Give Gradefix a try at today!

Friday, February 02, 2007 Organizes Homework - Deseret Morning News, Salt Lake City, Utah

This morning we showed up in a local newspaper with a great article about what Gradefix can do for students to help them improve grades and test scores, reduce stress, and plan ahead to get a better GPA. In fact, it's already quickly rising through Cool_software_that_reminds_students_about_projects_and_homework_Gradefix

We'll soon be adding it to our list of Press Reviews on the home page. The original link to the story is,1249,655191900,00.html if you want to go straight there instead of helping Digg the story through the other link.

I'd like to take a moment to briefly thank all our fans and supporters. We've had the opportunity to interact with a lot of great people through our work on Gradefix, and we couldn't be more excited about the rapid growth that Gradefix has been having since it launched just four months ago. We have been reviewed and discussed on a lot of great sites and in print, and we're so happy that other people are as interested in students and better grades as we are. So thank you!

Monday, January 22, 2007

New Web site claims to help students better manage their time, tasks - Press Coverage

Adrianne DeWeese over at Kansas State University writes for the Collegian there, and interviewed us about Gradefix. She wrote a great article about why a tool like Gradefix can help students get better grades. You can check it out here:

New Web site claims to help students better manage their time, tasks - Kansas State Collegian, by Adrianne DeWeese

It's great when people you don't even know are calling you asking for interviews so they can write articles about something you've worked very hard to build, and luckily for us, it's been happening more and more often. We've been getting a lot of blogs, podcasts, reviews, and newspaper articles written about us lately, and we're happy that more students will be able to find out what Gradefix can do for them.