NPFI developed a new version of Homeroom for use at the Ronald McDonald House in Bangor, ME. This version is based on the software originally developed in 2011 by a team of Bowdoin College students for the RMH in Portland, ME. This work again exemplifies the value of open source as a medium for reusing […]
This winter, NPFI upgraded the venerable Homeplate software, originally developed by Bowdoin students for Second Helpings in 2012. This upgrade allowed the Second Helpings administrator to work more flexibly with the data reported from the food trucks.
This summer, NPFI developed a new website for the Kimmy Duong Foundation, whose mission is to provide college scholarships to deserving high school students in the Washington, DC area.
This spring, NPFI developed a new website for the South Carolina Canine Search Team, a non-profit whose mission is to help local officials find persons who are reported missing in the South Carolina Lowcountry.
NPFI completed a major upgrade to Homebase, originally developed by Bowdoin students in 2008. This upgrade expanded the reach of Homebase to the Ronald McDonald House in Bangor, ME and added new features to the original Homebase version in Portland, ME. This upgrade was made relatively easy by the ability to reuse code and features […]