The Internet in Space is boring

This is part of a series of working at Kepler Communications. As usual, all opinions and views expressed on this blog are my own.

I’ve just crossed the four-year mark of being at Kepler Communications. In that time, our software team has

  • grown from two people to over twenty;
  • we’ve gone from operating two satellites to nearly twenty (we are now the largest satellite operator in Canada);
  • and humans have gone from being a one-planet species to a… well, we’re still a one-planet species.

The biggest change within the company is where our development resources are focused. Kepler’s mission has always been to deliver the Internet in Space (more on what that means below). As a startup, we’ve had to take a less direct route while as we built expertise, reputation, and capital.

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