# Wednesday, 04 November 2009
Running a small software company requires a healthy focus on communicating the value of your products and services without getting too technical. I founded Cubic Compass in 2001, where we continue to focus on creating great Service and Support portal solutions that are easy for Line of Business managers to deploy and use.

But Programmer-specific content is often too overwhelming for line of business managers, so at "Embracing the cloud", I'm carving out a little corner of the blogosphere where I can write about my passion of writing code for cloud services.

Some things I'll write about, in no particular order:
  • XOS and Dialogue Script (a server-side web framework I developed and maintain)
  • JQuery (my client-side language of choice)
  • Javascript (Assembly/C language for the Internet. Very powerful. I'm always looking to push the JS envelope)
  • Force.com Visual Force and Apex (Salesforce.com now offers much more than CRM)
  • Google Code API
  • Google Android (mobile devices are a key component of the cloud. I don't do iPhone development. Support the Droid!)
  • Softlayer (Where I host stuff)
  • Amazon EC2 (another place I host stuff)
  • Authorize.net (My preferred gateway for credit card processing)
  • Anything hosted in the cloud with a public API
If this sounds interesting to you, please take a moment to add me to your RSS reader. Also, if you write on a similar topic, please send me a link to your blog and I'll add it to my blogroll.

Happy coding in the cloud!
Wednesday, 04 November 2009 14:29:29 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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