FW Editor: What are your plans or objectives for the near future?
Roman A. Matveenko: Growth and development. The life does not like a statics. To do so that each our new product was better than the previous.
FW Editor: How and when did you start writing the code for Clipboard Buttons? What inspired you the most? Do you plan to develop new software, or are you more focused on optimizing the current ones?
Roman A. Matveenko: The simple question became motive for a writing of this program: what for to repeat again and again actions which it is possible to automate.
The first lines of a code of this program have been written in 2003. Then the program long time developed and used within the company. Without publication. But world financial crisis has led us to necessity of inventory. And to revision of the relation to a number of projects. As result, the program has been published.
Any program is not ideal. Always there is a way to improve it. Therefore the program will develop and further. Acquiring new possibilities and functions. But thus we wish to avoid superfluous functionality. Let simplicity, remains simple.
New products certainly also will appear. A number of projects with a similar story is in working out.
FW Editor: Do you have any message for those that are still hesitating using Clipboard Buttons or a similar software?
Roman A. Matveenko: Habitual it is not always optimum. If you feel that, something can introduce new experience, knowledge or convenience - necessarily use it.
FW Editor: What is the greatest thing about Clipboard Buttons? What do you love the most at this software?
Roman A. Matveenko: It is simple. The most difficult - to make simply. The program is convenient that always nearby. And always it is ready to give quickly that information which is necessary right now and here.
FW Editor: Due to the recent success of Clipboard Buttons, are you planning to expand the team?
Roman A. Matveenko: Most likely. Large new projects certainly will demand it.
FW Editor: What makes Clipboard Buttons so special? Is there any secret you can share with us?
Roman A. Matveenko: Realisation of standard action by non-standard way. It perhaps the main thing. And it is still important, at first to think as user and already then to think as the programmer.
FW Editor: To end with, is there any message you would like to send to Clipboard Buttons users?
Roman A. Matveenko: One minute of saved 60 times adds the whole hour of a free time. We hope that the program will be not only useful, but also pleasant in use and will help to keep to you a lot of time.
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