Last night we started sending out an email to all of our users from back when we used Drupal letting everyone know that we’ve rebuilt the site. Here is the contents of that email:
Hello old friends and members of WiBit.net:
Over the past year we’ve been making big changes to WiBit, and we’re excited to have finally implemented those changes. We’re writing you today to let you know that we haven’t just changed the site, we completely rebuilt it! With advancements in mobile and browser technologies over the past few years we saw an opportunity to take what was good about WiBit and make it a whole lot better by improving performance and stability.
We’d like to invite you to come back and give the new platform a look! Check us out in Chrome on Android, Safari on an iPhone, or on your desktop web browser (we recommend Chrome ;)). For those of you who’ve already finished the courses check out the labs or the new quizzes to test your knowledge!
Major changes to WiBit.Net include:
Basic (free) full access to all current courses.
- Intro to Computer Programming
- Programming in C
- Programming in C ++
- Programming in Objective-C
- Programming in Java
- Course progress chart documents course completion rates
Sponsor and Corporate Membership levels
- Ad free environments
- Mobile access
- Labs to solidify techniques and enhance understanding
- Quizzes to test learned skills
- Open access to all current and new course libraries
Corporate Membership also includes
- Unlimited company users
- User management tools
- Detailed reporting tools to monitor individual usage
- Option to replace WiBit.Net with your Company logo
- Removal of social media links
tl:dr: we’ve made a lot of changes to the site, we’d like you to take a look.
Without you we couldn’t have kept the site going, and we wouldn’t have had the opportunity to make it better. We want to thank you for that, and invite you to review the changes and give us feedback on what you’ve inspired. Thank you again for all your support and we look forward to bringing you even more WiBit in the year ahead.