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Digipede Update – Sept 28th, 2006

Since I’ve been swamped AND sick...I haven’t blogged about all the cool stuff that has happened here in the last two weeks. So here is a quick list:

  • Digipede Network v1.3 has shipped and for a list of some of the new features follow this link.

  • The C++ COM sample is now finished and will soon be available. Keep an eye on the Digipede Support Sample forum.

  • Dan went to SaasCon early this week and put up a bunch of nice posts from it. Which you can find here, here, here, here, and here. It almost looks likes he’s a reporter instead of a developer!

  • Dan also threw together a VERY rough video that does a great job of demonstrating the types of performance gains users can get with the Digipede Network. While he did this simply to play around with YouTube! and while he was sick, it is really educational to watch. Keep in mind that there are only 8 or 9 machines on the grid...the grid-side could have won the race in under 4 seconds if there had been one machine per cell (25 machines). Ultimate in coolness.

  • Well, that's all the stuff I'm allowed to write about!


    At September 28, 2006 3:45 PM, Blogger Dan Ciruli said...

    I know it's a very rough video. But did you have to call it VERY rough? ;-)


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