In 2020 TacticalPad has completed 10 years since its first release.
To celebrate it, we, at Temma Software, decided to tell a little bit of our history, people who are part of it and a few curiosities.
We invite you to participate in this campaign, not only with the hashtag #TacticalPad10, but also sending us suggestions to improve our platform. After all, TacticalPad is not only made by those who love sports, it is made for those who love and live the sports.
TacticalPad is the result of so many passions put together, the dream of being a football player (even though I was never more than a hardworking defender), the profession of programmer/developer and, of course, it also passes through videogames. I hope that this new feature on TacticalPad, that represents so well our history and how we are, will be fun for those who use it as it was a pleasure for us to develop it.
And I would like to thank and, somehow, also honor the pioneers in game development, thanks so much to the EA® Fifa® International Soccer team (in this link you will find a great picture of them and here their names).
Fernando Closs, CEO Temma Software & TacticalPad
Working at TP were 3 of the best years of my career. The coffees, the bugs, the pastel and, most importantly, the company. The only problem was having to recalibrate my expectations to seek new horizons.
TP represents the time that my life changed the most. It was the moment I left a traditional company to work with friends, where I had a real closeness to entrepreneurship, when my daughters were born and where I learned to value small things. (The friday's pastel :))
Being part of the TP (affectionately speaking) is an honor. I use it as a case of success in several lectures to demonstrate how a product can be thought from experiences, it really solves problems in different areas and changes the way people use tools on a daily basis. Congratulations on these 10 years that, for me, are more than successful, are 10 years of transformation.
As someone passionate about sports, especially soccer, having worked with TacticalPad was something unforgettable. I made many friends and learned many things about several different areas. Although I did not become a player, I am very happy to see that the TacticalPad continues to contribute to the evolution of the sport.
Working on TacticalPad was to find myself in a small family. I had the chance to work with people I now consider friends and a boss that I take for life