The Hosting Blog (Page 46)

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Our Latest Blog Posts

Protect Your Website and Applications — Free Vulnerability Scans With the Beyond Security™ Automated Engine and Testing Library

Beyond Security Protects Sites With Free Vulnerability Scans

After establishing its experience and credibility with a central website for sharing the newest security threats, Beyond Security has spent nearly two decades... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
PinnacleCart: How the Turnkey eCommerce Platform Offers Entrepreneurs an Entry Point Into Online Sales & Marketing

PinnacleCart Offers an Effective, Turnkey eCommerce Platform

If you want your business to remain competitive in 2017, having an online storefront is nonnegotiable. PinnacleCart equips non-web developers with little to no coding... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
A Primer on Programming — Codecademy Seeks to Nurture the Next Generation of Coders with Free Educational Courses and Resources

Codecademy Seeks to Nurture the Next Generation of Coders

Founded in 2011 with a mission to further computer science education in modern society, Codecademy is an online platform that helps users learn how to program in more... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
How Perforce and Seapine Provide a Complete and Seamless User Experience for Application Lifecycle Management and Version Control

Perforce and Seapine Demo Tools for Engineering Efficiency

With the late-2016 acquisition of application lifecycle management specialists Seapine Software, version control experts Perforce can now offer a comprehensive suite... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Co-Founder Alex Vazquez Shares How CodePen's Development Playground Helps Frontend Dev Teams Create, Share, and Debug Code

CodePen Helps Frontend Devs Create, Share, & Debug Code

When CodePen started, the three friends behind it thought their side project wouldn’t last more than a few weeks. Now, the online code editor shows live previews... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
How the Free Music Archive Uses an Open-Source Model to Showcase Artists and Curate More Than 100,000 Shareable Songs

Free Music Archive: Using Open-Source Models to Curate Shareable Songs

Inspired by Creative Commons and the open-source software movement, the Free Music Archive provides a rich library of songs available for streaming or downloading.... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Sean Garrity