Archive for February, 2010

Feb 15 2010

Upcoming Talk: How to SaaS, Revisited

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Back in 2007 I gave a talk on Selling your Software as a Service. The room was quite small but tightly packed, and several people have asked since then if I plan to repeat it. (I went back and listened to the recording of that talk, on the linked page; it holds up quite well. […]

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Feb 11 2010

Books, shirt, free to whoever wants them at STL JUG tonight

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The world is my warehouse. Here are a few items I’m storing in the warehouse (giving away) tonight at the St. Louis Java User Group: The Hawken book is a classic, a wise read for anyone serious about growing a business. I’ve read it at least three times in full. The Walsh book is a […]

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Feb 10 2010

Amazon S3: Now Much Safer for Important Data

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A few weeks ago when I spoke at the St. Louis Cloud Computing User Group, one of the possible cloud storage worries I brought up was the prospect of a few misplaced (accidental or malicious) clicks deleting large swaths of data. This applies with both S3 (the market leader) and other similar offerings. If you’ve […]

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