Aaron was formerly the Managing Editor for SitePoint Online.
Cloud for Business, PHPFog, Amazon Cloud Drive, and More
Recently on CloudSpring, we cover what the cloud means for your business, a very in-depth tutorial on the dedicated PHP PaaS, PHPFog, a review of Amazon Cloud Drive, and more.
Amazon DynamoDB was recently released as a high-performance, easily scalable, SQL alternative. Today we have a presentation on building apps with it!
Fake S3 – Save time, money, and develop offline
Amazon S3 is a extremely powerful service at the core of Amazon Web Services. However, outside of a production environment, S3 can be challenging to work with. It involves passing keys around, provisioning user accounts, and a reliable network connection — not to mention it costs money. At Spool, we built Fake S3 to make […]
CloudSpring is seeking a Managing Editor!
CloudSpring is seeking an enthusiastic, knowledgable editor, to join the SitePoint ranks!
The Best Backup Solutions, Azure vs EC2, Cloud Management Tools, and More
On CloudSpring, we cover the best solutions for backing up your data. We also compare Azure and EC2, inspect 10 recommended tools for managing your cloud, and more.
Architecting for the Cloud
In today’s post we have Architecting for the Cloud by Simone Brunozzi
Imagine Cup US, Live
Welcome to our live stream of the Imagine Cup US!
A Year in Cloud Innovation
2011 State of the Cloud: A Year's Worth of Innovation in 30 Minutes – Jinesh Varia UP Con Keynote View more presentations from Amazon Web Services Sunrise image via Shutterstock
The Imagine Cup US, Live, this Monday!
Hello readers! I am pleased to let you all know that on Monday, at 12p.m. PST, we’ll be exclusively streaming the finals of the Imagine Cup USA.
RubySource: Looking for Talent
RubySource is always looking for awesome talent to share their knowledge. If there’s a technique, tip, or approach you’d like to share, you should definitely get in touch. We’re currently looking for Rubyists that are motivated to share their knowledge with the community. RubySource accepts articles on all things Ruby, from Rails to Sinatra and […]