Everleap is sponsoring the 2017 Orlando Code Camp. The event will be held on April 8th, at Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida. Coming hot on the heels of the South Florida Code Camp, the Orlando Code Camp this year will have 98 presentations for the 600 attendees. There are 74 total speakers, including our old friends Jeffrey Fritz and John Papa. The event is free! If you’re interested in attending, you can register here.
We’re very proud to sponsor the Orlando Code Camp and wish Brian Mishler and the Orlando .NET User Group a great event!
We are proudly sponsoring the South Florida Code Camp 2017 this year. The one-day (free!) Geek Fest is being held on March 11, 2017 at the Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. Although they’re on the other side of the country from us here in Southern California, we’re always happy to help the developer community nationwide (and sometimes worldwide).
We wish them a great event! If you want to attend the free event, you can register here.
We sponsored and attended the 2016 SoCal Code Camp on November 12th. We sponsor Code Camp events all over the country every year, but we always look forward to the SoCal event on the USC campus. It’s one of the few events that are local, so we can get out there to meet new and old friends from the Los Angeles developer community.
Here we are during one of the few quiet moments during speaker sessions.
Hattan Shobokshi (pictured above in a red t-shirt) organized a great event! Turnout was awesome this year with lots of new faces amongst the several hundred attendees.
A new feature that we’re introducing with Update Rollup 11 for Windows Azure Pack is Auto Heal. Auto Heal is a monitoring tool and certain actions can be automatically taken when a condition is reached. For example, if your site uses 500 MB of memory, Auto Heal can be configured to recycle the application pool.
Let’s take a look at how to configure Auto Heal to recycle your site if it reaches 1 GB of memory usage.
We mentioned previously that on December 1st new ICANN rules are going into effect that change the way some domain contact information changes are processed. Well, here we are, and now we know a bit more about how the changes are going to be handled by our registrar, OpenSRS, so here’s an update.
First, the change affects all “generic top level domains.” Those are domains like .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info, etc., and it includes all of the new domain extensions, like .blog, .photo, etc. Country code domains such as .uk, .tv, .co, etc. are not governed by ICANN, so they are not affected.
The Privacy Shield framework replaces the former Safe Harbor framework that was struck down by an EU court in 2015. Starting in August 2016, the Department of Commerce started accepting certifications under the new Privacy Shield framework.
We believe our efforts are a differentiator and demonstrates our commitment to protecting your privacy. I hope you do too.
Job scheduling is a key feature in computing that we’ve grown to rely on for handling the execution of unattended background tasks. When we originally launched Everleap the technology at the time prevented us from allowing batch processing. The recent Windows Azure Pack update added a feature called WebJobs which allows a script or executable to run as a background task in your web application as part of your site.
On December 1, 2016, new ICANN rules go into effect that create another step when you change the first name, last name, contact email or organization fields for your domain. Doing any of those things will now trigger the “trade process.” Which means those minor ownership information changes will now be treated the same way a domain transfer is treated.
We sponsored the Dallas GiveCamp again over the first weekend of October by donating free hosting services to the participating charities. GiveCamps are weekend-long events where software developers, designers, analysts, and project managers donate their time to create software and databases for nonprofit organizations. We love working with Patrick Swain at Slalom Consulting, and all the rest of the generous volunteers at the Dallas GiveCamp.
The 2016 charities included: