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  • March 14, 2013

    Helping UTSA’s Institute for Cyber Security Stay More Secure by Hannah Simon

    The UTSA Institute for Cyber Security needed a cloud that perfectly matched their demands of easy of use, fast provisioning, reliability, data security, and observability.

  • March 7, 2013

    PREPWORKS: Revolutionizing Education Through Data by rachelbalik

    PREPWORKS solves problems in education using an adaptive learning engine to create a 1:1 learning environment for students using their product.

  • February 14, 2013

    Geeklist: All the Cool Geeks Are On It by rachelbalik

    “Technologists are an increasingly important force in our economy, but nobody is servicing them properly,” explained Reuben Katz, co-founder and CEO of Geeklist.

  • February 7, 2013

    Nodejitsu and Joyent: We Feel the Need for Speed by rachelbalik

    In the past year, journalists, enterprise organizations and forward-thinking developers everywhere are realizing that Node.js is more than just a passing fad: It’s ready for the big time. But long before some of the world’s biggest and fastest growing companies were building in Node, Nodejitsu was providing a platform for developers to deploy and host their Node apps.

  • February 5, 2013

    Cloud Performance Counts - ReelSurfer the Viral Video Site by joyentirene

    Video is now the king of content. However, there’s not enough time to watch a video. 4-minute videos can make us squirm in our chairs or reach for our smartphone to check email. Even if you have not heard of ReelSurfer, you probably have watched a mash-up or one of its viral videos. ReelSurfer is a free online service that lets anyone clip and share any video from any website.

  • February 4, 2013

    The Client-Server Model and the Internet of Things by rachelbalik

    Engineering often requires a heads down focus on very small, detailed problems. But innovation often requires thinking very, very big - sometimes bigger than we even realize we need to think.

  • January 31, 2013

    Exams + Homework = Fun studying application from Quizlet by joyentirene

    Making studying fun is almost impossible, partially because everyone learns differently. Despite the odds, Quizlet has done it. How? They’ve taken the simple concept of a “Study set,” which can be input onto flashcards, and created a vibrant community that shares and learns these sets in various study modes and competitive games.

  • January 30, 2013

    DevOps - SmartOS Operations - Ben Rockwood at illumos Day by joyentdeirdre

    Watch it Wednesdays are hand-picked videos from our Joyent engineers who have given talks in the past on a variety of open-source offerings. These videos have been selected for their ability to shed light on some of the most relevant, pressing topics in today’s developer community.

  • January 30, 2013

    Joyent Takes Gaming Companies to the Next Level by rachelbalik

    When it comes to gaming, surprises are often part of the fun: You never what’s just around the corner or what challenges you’ll find in the next level. But for mobile and social game makers, surprises are often the cause of a whole lot of problems, especially when it comes to traffic to a site.

  • January 23, 2013

    Joyent and Hadoop: Making Big Data Better by rachelbalik

    What? You haven’t? Well perhaps that’s because it’s not quite famous yet, but once word gets out about the new Apache Hadoop-based solution we launched today, we expect this phrase to be top-of-mind for companies who are looking for better performance from Hadoop and have ambitious goals when it comes to managing big data.

  • January 14, 2013

    Linux Users, Got Three Cents? We’ve Got Something for You by Jasun Wurster

    We’ve just updated Ubuntu 12.04 and Debian 6.0.6 to make Joyent an even sweeter ride for Linux users. Highlights of Joyent’s version 2.3.1 include Joyent GPG signed Debian and Ubuntu repos that offer secure Joyent updates and being able to set hostnames via CloudAPI using Mdata.

  • January 11, 2013

    How to reset kstat counters by Mr. Max Bruning

    I have been thinking about this one for a while, because every now and again, mostly for testing purposes I find that I really wish I could reset a kstat. I have been able to figure out how to reset certain kstat(s) with MDB, but wondering if perhaps you have one method that makes it relatively easy to find and reset any kstat.

  • January 10, 2013

    MoonShadowMobile: Data Mapping for a New World by rachelbalik

    If you watched the 2012 Presidential debates, you might have thought the entire election was centered on Big Bird and binders full of women. In reality, the election was about big data - the kind of data that could never be contained in a binder, no matter how many you had or how big they were.

  • December 11, 2012

    DIY vs as-a-Service with MemCachier by David Terei

    Guest blog post from David Terei, co-founder of MemCachier, joining Joyent for DIY vs as-a-Service webinar 12/12/12

  • November 19, 2012

    Voxer Hard(ware) Hack 2012 by joyentlindsay

    Voxer is hosting Hard Hack, a Node.js hardware hackathon.