We had a slew of great posts on the Dyn blog in March, ranging from tips on how to better work with your developers to winning the battle against latency to everything in between. We had over 20 new posts last month and amidst the awesomeness, five really stuck out for various reasons.
Here are those five.
Ryan O’Hara made his blog debut a big one in March, laying out five clients that help distract him…errr, other people….from work. StumbleUpon, I Can Haz Cheezburger, 8tracks, Spil Games and Indeed garnered the love from RO’H and who knows? We could see a sequel someday soon.
We’re growing here in Manchester, NH, all the time but now, we’re heading overseas for the first time and opening an office in London, England. Why? Let Kyle York tell you (fish and chips optional).
In honor of our trip to South By Southwest in March, Lindsey Smart gave a tip of the cap to the city of Austin, TX, who has a dedication to “Keep Austin Weird”. Lindsey laid out five ways that we keep it weird at Dyn and surprisingly, random office dance parties isn’t one of them.
Speaking of SXSW, it’s stressful enough trying to put on a big event there but imagine putting on an event that has to change venues not once, but THREE TIMES. Luckily, we had a camera crew there to capture all the action — including the actual music itself. If you have three minutes today, be sure to see what we did.
In case you have never heard of Twitter, I need to first ask you about how the moon was. The social media giant is growing all the time and we consider ourselves lucky to have been along for the ride as it changed how we do business at Dyn forever. How? Find out.
These are just five of the great posts we had this month and months prior. Bookmark us, subscribe via RSS and check our fresh content on everything DNS, email and tech in general…with some other random fun thrown in between.
What did you read on the Dyn blog this month that you liked?
Josh Nason is the Inbound Marketing Manager at Dyn, an IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) company that features a full suite of DNS and email delivery solutions for enterprise, personal and small business. Follow at Twitter: @joshnason and @dyninc.