Businesses die all the time. But how often do they die, only to be resurrected again?
For four years—from 2015 to 2018—OneHat traced the ballistic path of a rocket that couldn’t quite get into space. OneHat experienced the high acceleration of liftoff, and blazing fast speeds—only to flame out, turn toward the ground, and strike it hard, excavating a massive crater with destruction all around!
No life was left in her. She was finished.
But God was not finished. God, who routinely brings life to that which was dead (Rom. 8.11), saw fit to resurrect OneHat.
Like Lazarus, stumbling out of the grave, still in burial clothes (Jn 11.43-44), OneHat hobbled into 2019. But just as Lazarus was untied, and reunited with the larger world outside his tomb, OneHat also began to experience life again.
Among the signs of life OneHat experienced, are:
- Exposure to the Software Craftsmanship movement
- Implementation of TDD and BDD
- Learning and using React Native
- Learning and using Cypress Test
- Learning and using ElectronJS
- Learning and using the Amazon Alexa SDK
- The OneHat Network is soon to take shape
All of these have combined to well-position OneHat for the future.
All glory to God!