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Cloud services have touched every part of the enterprise. Companies like
Salesforce have transition thousands upon thousands of salespeople into using
the cloud for their most critical data. DevOps and systems integration teams
use companies like NewRelic. Even project management organizations use tools
like hosted SharePoint to share documents and information across projects,
and have a virtual or fully-staffed project management office function to
Developers are unique in that unlike other employees, they have the know... (more)
The recent announcement of the open-sourcing of the Codebox IDE is a good
excuse to take a break and examine some current cloud-based IDEs.
If you’re new to the space, a cloud IDE lets developers code and manage
their projects from a browser. This lets you keep all of your code in the
cloud, and means you don’t need to have a powerful laptop to do real
programming work. Using a cloud IDE lets you more easily share development
environments with your team, which lets new team members become productive
faster. Some cloud IDEs also allow you to connect to backend services for
Just a quick note that ProjectLocker co-founder Corregan Brown joined the
gang at the Atlanta Tech Leaders radio show today. If you’re interested in
what goes on behind the scenes at ProjectLocker, give it a listen. Check the
Atlanta Technology Leaders March 6, 2014
As of Friday evening, we decided to change our checkout process. Before, you
could always sign up for our completely free plan to either try out
ProjectLocker or to meet your needs if you were a solo developer or hobbyist.
However, if you wanted to try our paid plans, we did require a credit card,
although we would refund anyone who asked within 30 days if they weren’t
happy with the service.
We decided that we wanted to take the burden off of you, our customers, and
put the burden on us to prove that we’re worth it. So we removed the credit
card requirement altogether. You can ... (more)