Latest Posts from John Meeks

Chrome to Start Warning and Blocking Insecure Downloads

John Meeks On Thursday (2/6/20) Joe DeBlasio from the Chrome Security Team at Google published a blog post outlining the next steps in their campaign to have webmasters move to securing sites and files using HTTPS.

Dallas GiveCamp Oct 11-13, 2019

John Meeks The Dallas GiveCamp is coming up on October 11th, 12th, and 13th.

The GiveCamp is an event where developers, designers, database administrators, and project managers come together to donate their time and skills to create custom solutions for non-profit organizations. This could be anything from a new website, a small data collection application, or even a large automatic email application.

Again this year we are proud to support and sponsor the Dallas GiveCamp and hope that you can help too. If you are in the Dallas area you can volunteer to help out, or if you can’t volunteer you can make a donation to help out.

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Orlando Code Camp – March 30th, 2019

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The Orlando Code Camp is coming up on Saturday, March 30th at Seminole State College. We are a proud to be a sponsor again for the Orlando Code Camp and hope everyone going has an amazing time! If you are in the area that day, please register to attend here!


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SoCal Code Camp – November 10th and 11th

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Everleap is thrilled to support the up coming SoCal Code Camp on November 10th and 11th on the campus of USC.

The SoCal Code Camp has always been a fun event for developers in the Southern California area, so if you can make it out this weekend go support your local developer community with great sessions and prizes.



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After 7 Years Google+ To Be Shut Down

John Meeks It’s been a long and slow death to watch, but Google has finally announced they will be shutting down Google+ for consumers after 7 years. The shutdown will take place over the next 10 months, with announcements to come in the future which include how to download and migrate your data. The death of Google+ was one that was long coming. To Google’s own admittance, Google+ had very low usage and 90% of Google+ sessions lasted less than 5 seconds.

Houston TechFest 2018

John Meeks The Houston TechFest is approaching (Saturday September 29th), and we are happy to be a sponsor this year.

Started in 2007, the Houston TechFest is an amazing event for the IT community around the Houston area. If you are in the area, you can register for the event here.


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Dallas GiveCamp 2018

John Meeks We are proud to be the hosting sponsor for the Dallas GiveCamp again. The Dallas GiveCamp was created to bring together volunteers willing to dedicated their time and expertise to help further the mission of local charitable organizations.

This year, the Dallas GiveCamp will be held on September 14th to September 16th in Plano, Texas. If you are in the area, you can still volunteer for the event here.


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Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure” in July

John Meeks Google thinks your site is shady.

OK, not really, but that is how it will look come July, when all HTTP sites will be flagged as “not secure” in Chrome. In Google’s perspective, a site secured with SSL is a more trustworthy site. So with that in mind a regular HTTP site will be highlighted as “not secure“… for your protection.

Everleap featured on HostingAdvice

John Meeks Our VP Marketing and Business Development, Takeshi Eto, was interviewed by the hosting experts over at and they published an article about our ASP.NET cloud hosting services. We are excited about the feature and if you are too, you can check out the full article over here.

Orlando Code Camp on March 17th, 2018

John Meeks We’re sponsoring the 2018 Orlando Code Camp on Saturday, March 17th, 2018 at Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida.  This year, the Orlando Code Camp has 98 sessions scheduled with 90 speakers and an estimated 600 attendees.  And the event is FREE! If you’re interested in attending, you can register here.

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