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Meet the Innovative People, Technologies, and Ideas at HostingCon '16: 11 of Our Favorite Stories From New Orleans

Sights & Sounds of HostingCon 2016: Our 11 Favorite Stories

Making our annual pilgrimage to HostingCon Global, we arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana, excited to meet the people behind the web’s biggest products, brands,... read more »
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The Team Growing Moonfruit: How the Popular DIY Site Builder Turns Customer Feedback Into Expanded Features and Tools

How DIY Site Builder Moonfruit Turns Feedback Into Features

 We cross the pond — virtually, of course — to explore the do-it-yourself website builder Moonfruit. The London-based company is modernizing and building new... read more »
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By: Laura Stamey
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NGINX Plus: All-In-One Application Delivery Platform Empowers Developers to Manage Web Servers Without Waiting for IT

NGINX Plus Empowers Developers With An Extended Feature Set

Millions of innovators, entrepreneurs, and developers use NGINX for delivering sites and applications with performance, reliability, security, and scale. Not enough,... read more »
Alexandra Leslie
By: Alexandra Leslie
7/28/2016
Want an MIT Education? OpenCourseWare Offers Free Resources for Those Curious About Computer Programming (Our 13 Favorites)

MIT's OpenCourseWare Offers Free Resources for Lifelong Learners

 MIT revolutionized online education in 2001 when they published course materials on OpenCourseWare and made formal higher education available to the masses in an... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
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Why Your Domain Name Matters: How Sedo Will Help You Make Your Website's Most Important Investment

Why Domain Names Matter: Make Your Biggest Investment Count with Sedo

The Guinness Book of World Records isn’t a place you’d expect to find a domain name marketplace, but that’s where you’ll see Sedo. The global company went into... read more »
Laura Stamey
By: Laura Stamey
7/22/2016
InterServer: How High School Co-Founders Built a Business — And Their Own Datacenter — On Their Own Terms

High School Co-Founders Built InterServer on Their Own Terms

Mike Lavrik and John Quaglieri didn’t know how to run a business, but they knew how they wanted a hosting company to treat their clients. Fed up with their own... read more »
Roberto Sanchez
By: Roberto Sanchez
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