Overcoming the “Wall of Disbelief” with Developers

Posted by Dan Pigat on Wed, Oct 31, 2012

Written by Dan Pigat, Director of Product Management.

Since we discovered the PureWeb approach (read: we solved a problem we faced with our own products, and realized it could be used by others), we’ve had some interesting conversations with companies across a variety of industries. They’ve been educational (to both sides), and sometimes even colorful, but they seem to fall into a pattern – usually by stereotypical job description.

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Report on INTEROP 2012 NY: Game Changing Trends in Mobile, Cloud, and Big Data

Posted by Dan Pigat on Tue, Oct 23, 2012

Written by Dan Pigat, Director of Product Management.

Last week, our PureWeb Developer Community Manager, Lino Ramirez, had the opportunity to attendInterop New York, a independently organized conference designed to help IT professionals make smart business decisions. The conference showcased a number of technology speakers and solutions in the areas of networking, cloud, virtualization, data centers, wireless and mobility, and information security.

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48K, Big Data, PureWeb® and The Castle of Tragod

Posted by PureWeb on Mon, Oct 1, 2012

Back in the early ‘80s, I programmed 6502 assembly language on an Atari 400 computer; it’s shown on the right in the accompanying picture. It had a “Chiclet” keyboard, 16K RAM memory and a tape recorder digital interface for storage on cassettes (bottom left of picture). It was a glorious day when I purchased my 32K memory board taking me to a grand total of 48K. Performance increased, graphic quality increased, storage increased — I squeezed every bit out of the 49,152 bytes that were available to me!

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