Just recently, Netphase executives Chris Beck and Scott Nedderman were invited to participate in a new video podcast series being produced by our friend Justin Ruckman at CLT Blog on the state and direction of technology in Charlotte. The first episode also happened to coincide nicely with the Charlotte 2.0 Initiative, proposed by Josh Lippener [...]
A few days ago, Apple posted a fantastic article on how global consulting firm, Logica, is transforming not only their business, but their clients’ businesses as well using the iPhone. In the article, Logica Germany CEO Torsten Strass said: “iPhone is revolutionizing our business segment. We use iPhone within the company to cut costs and [...]
A few short months ago, Carolina MoneySaver magazine recognized the need for helping consumers with significant savings was growing dramatically. The economy is tough, and more people are clipping coupons and looking for ways to cut costs than at any time in recent memory. Being a fiscally responsible company in their own right, they knew [...]
We are excited to announce that as of the Spring of 2009, Netphase has been accepted into Apple’s iPhone Developer program! Our first applications for distribution in the iTunes App Store are already in the works, and we look forward to joining the elite fraternity of iPhone App Developers in the very near future.
Ever since the beta period for Amazon’s Enhanced Computing Cloud, or EC2, Netphase has been deploying applications into the stratosphere. We immediately saw the benefits of having a robust, infinitely scalable, stable and ultimately flexible environment in which to host everything from a simple content managed site up to the most demanding search engine application.
Acts As Amazon Product, or AAAP for short, is a Ruby Gem developed by Netphase and available on github as an Open Source offering. This gem allows you to easily include products from Amazon’s vast catalog in your application.
Netphase launched the first in what is expected to be a long line of web offerings geared towards making the lives of homeschoolers a little easier. Homeschool Apple takes the pain out of buying and selling used homeschool curriculum.
Scott led a session at Bar Camp extolling the virtues of running your Ruby on Rails app in a pure Java environment, accessing the same resources as your programming brethren.
Netphase, Charlotte’s leading Ruby on Rails consulting firm, is now a top-tier sponsor for BarCamp Charlotte. We are very excited to help promote this incredible event, which will be held on January 24th, 2009 in Charlotte, NC. In addition to sponsoring the inaugural event, Netphase intends to participate fully by both attending and presenting at [...]
It’s been a while since we have called attention to it, but over the course of the year, our Amazon product integration gem, acts_as_amazon_product, has been improved. First, we got some participation from David Eisinger to help improve testing and some other critical features. Thanks, David! Recently though, we added some new functionality we had [...]