We are proud to announce that our ASP.NET Hosting Service was named as a gold medal winner of the “2010 Community Choice Awards” in the Best Web Hosting Category by Penton … Continue reading DiscountASP.NET Wins DevProConnections 2010 Community Choice Gold Award
We discontinued the creation of new MySQL databases more than two and a half years ago. The demand for MySQL was very low, and many of our users seemed to … Continue reading The MySQL sequel – it’s back, and it’s better than ever.
In some cases, the default Team Foundation Server process templates (Agile and CMMI) may not meet your project’s requirements. The good news is, if you want to use a different … Continue reading TFS Hosting – Adding the Scrum Custom Process Template
We are continuing with our series of research papers. This one is based on results from our September 2010 customer survey and focuses on Windows Phone 7. Summary: Officially launched on October 11, 2010, … Continue reading Profile of Mobile App and .NET Developers and Implications for WP7
I thought I’d take a moment to answer a question that we’ve been fielding fairly frequently, which is why we’re offering a source control now. As with most decisions, it … Continue reading Why Use Hosted Team Foundation Server?
Microsoft announced the release of MVC 3.0 earlier today. To learn more about the new features in MVC 3.0, read Scott Guthrie’s blog post. Can you use MVC RC on your … Continue reading MVC 3 Release Candidate available
On November 13, from 8am-5pm, the Desert Code Camp will be held at Chandler – Gilbert Community College in Chandler, Arizona. The first Desert Code Camp was held in 2004 … Continue reading Code Camp in the Desert – THIS SATURDAY – November 13, 2010
Earlier this morning we began to see an influx of customers who used IE8 complaining of security warnings when they tried to log in to their web mail. Initially we … Continue reading Unsafe site warning? Looks like Microsoft goofed.