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Jimdo Founders Focus On Website Building Sans Coding — Leading By Example & Accepting Investment On Their Own Terms

Jimdo Founders Focus On Building Sites Sans Code

The team at Jimdo believes the most important website in the world is the one you create with their site builder. In a few minutes and a couple of clicks, anyone can... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
5/19/2016
Load Impact CTO Talks Load Testing — Easily Ensure Your Server Can Handle the Traffic You're Hoping For With Their "as-a-Service" Model

Load Impact CTO: Why Load Testing Matters

Let’s say you’re the Founder of a relatively young company. You’ve had the idea that you think could make an impact on the world, and now all you need is for... read more »
Alexandra Leslie
By: Alexandra Leslie
5/18/2016
HOSTING Ushers Customers into HIPAA Compliance — Guaranteeing Success Through Secure Managed Cloud Hosting Environments

HOSTING Assures HIPAA Compliance with Secure Managed Cloud Hosting

In the hosting game early enough to get the world’s most obvious domain name, the team at HOSTING is finding their biggest success more than 15 years later with... read more »
Toby Sembower
By: Toby Sembower
5/17/2016
How Incapsula Protects Your Site Against DDoS Attacks While Boosting Performance — Progressive Challenges, CDN, & Custom Software

Incapsula: DDoS Defense & CDN Speed Boosting

No one is immune to the havoc that follows a Distributed-Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack — that helplessness that you feel immediately after a hit as you watch your site... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
5/13/2016
TechTerms & Sharpened Productions Inc. Founder Per Christensson — Giving Technical Topics Digestible Definitions

TechTerms: Simple Definitions for Complicated Subjects

Three folks sit in a coffee shop, sharing a lobby and craving caffeine, but the similarities end there. A grad student, pinning his hopes and dreams of joining MIT’s PhD... read more »
Alexandra Leslie
By: Alexandra Leslie
5/12/2016
Thoroughly Impressed By DreamHost: How We Launched, Scaled, & Tested an Infrastructure Using DreamCompute

DreamHost Part 2: Our Team's Testing of DreamCompute

Every developer and DevOps master dreams of having simple, fine-grained control of their environment with the ability to scale up and down at will and a defined state to... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
5/10/2016
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