Posts Tagged ‘ramon pastor’

WebGeek Conference 2013

Monday, November 11th, 2013


Conference + App Expo + Beer.

We’re inviting developers, makers, futurists and creatives to the WebGeek Conference 2013 where our CEO, Ramon Pastor, will be one of the speakers and panelists who will explore and discuss the future of software development.

The conference will be held at the Meralco Multi-Purpose Hall in Ortigas this Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 from 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Apart from having leading speakers and developers share their knowledge and expertise on development/coding and updates on the software industry, the conference will also be featuring an App Expo where developers can showcase/exhibit/demo their apps.

To know more about WebGeek Conference 2013, visit their registration page here.

Rogomi, Inc.

Monday, November 4th, 2013


Rogomi, Inc. spells a new brand, a fresh start. We all look forward to greater and more exciting developments in the world of mobile technology in the coming years. Here’s a statement from our President and CEO, Ramon Pastor.

We are delighted to announce the birth of our mobile software development company, Rogomi, Inc.

Earlier this year, our majority owners and management decided to undergo several major changes for our previous company, Numlock Solutions Co. The first of these changes involved amending our business type from partnership to corporation. As our business continued to grow over the years, we felt it was time to embrace a corporate identity more suited to our expanding company.

Although we initially wanted to retain our former company name given that we’ve already established solid roots in the mobile software development industry via Numlock, we welcomed this opportunity to establish a new brand and a fresh start.

As most of our stakeholders know, Numlock started as a three-man startup building websites and mobile applications in 2008. In the back of several successful releases of mobile applications for iOS and Android in 2009 and 2010, we decided to focus on designing and developing software applications for mobile devices and moved to our current head office in Ortigas Center, Pasig City. The company expanded to a 12-man team developing in-house apps, as well as mobile apps for a wide range of clients, from startups to multinational companies.

This year, along with a new corporate identity, we also decided to focus exclusively on helping enterprises design, create, build and test mobile applications for their businesses. Backed by years of designing and developing mobile software applications for both SMEs and global brands, we feel that creating high-quality mobile applications for outsourcing customers is what we do best. All of our former in-house apps under the Numlock brand will continue to be supported by Rogomi until a new and separate company is established to manage them.

Apart from narrowing our focus from website and mobile applications development to mobile applications development for outsourcing clients, we’ve also expanded our development facility by establishing our second office in Iloilo City. Our long-term plans include the recruitment and training of more designers and developers in our satellite office in Iloilo to support our Manila operations.

In light of all these business type and strategic changes, we would like to assure our customers, suppliers and stakeholders that the transition from Numlock to Rogomi will have no material impact on our operations. The Numlock team that managed, designed, developed and tested mobile software applications for all of our projects will be the same team that will handle all of these functions under Rogomi.

Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to better processes and more world-class applications under Rogomi.


Developers Connect Summit 2013

Saturday, November 2nd, 2013

Our President & CEO, Ramon Pastor, will be one of the resource speakers at Developers Connect Summit, this year’s biggest mobile development conference in the Philippines. With the theme, “Mobile Development and Beyond,” this one-day conference aims to bring together over 800 IT professionals, students and educators from all over the Philippines to showcase the latest trends and opportunities in the Information Technology industry.

We’re inviting mobile development professionals and enthusiasts to attend Ramon’s talk on “Trends in iOS Development.”

Dev Con Summit 2013 will be held at Cinema 4, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City on November 30 (Saturday) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Nokia Developer News’ Interview of Ramon Pastor

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Numlock’s head honcho, Ramon Pastor, was interviewed by the Nokia Developer News team. Ramon was chosen from among more than a thousand entries as one of the top ten developers to join Nokia’s Imaging SDK Team for the company’s Future/Capture Hackathon to be held in Lund, Sweden from August 30 to September 1.

Excerpts from the interview:

Q. Who will be going to the hackathon? Just you or will you be coding with someone else?

I’ll be going alone. I’m used to being a lone wolf when attending tech conferences or events.

Q. The hackathon is in Sweden, tell us what you know about Sweden apart from Abba songs?

I know that Sweden is part of the region that Vikings used to inhabit. Also, if I’m not mistaken, the story of Beowulf is set in the region. So, I expect to see a lot of fierce and proud people when I get there.

Q. How many hackathons have you been to before and which was your favorite?

I personally haven’t participated in any hackathons, but some members of my company participated in the recent Angelhack in Manila. I wasn’t able to attend since I was in San Francisco for WWDC. I’ve also been an armchair spectator in the local chapter of Startup Weekend.

See the rest of the interview here.


Nokia’s Future/Capture Hackathon

Friday, August 9th, 2013

We’re happy to announce that one of our founders, Ramon Pastor, was chosen, together with nine other developers from different parts of the globe, to participate in Nokia’s Future/Capture Hackathon to be held in Lund, Sweden from August 30 to September 1. His submission was chosen among over a thousand entries from developers all over the world. The shortlisted top ten developers will join Nokia’s Imaging SDK team in Lund to hack out their winning ideas.

We congratulate the other selected developers and wish Ramon the best of luck.

(Watch this space for updates on the results of the hackathon).