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    Ongoing observations by End Point Dev people

    Youth Debate and other client news

    Jon Jensen

    By Jon Jensen
    October 20, 2010

    I want to draw attention to several of our clients who have been in the news lately:

    The Youth Debate 2010 site is live and currently accepting question submissions from youth interested in hearing video responses from the DNC & RNC chairmen before the November midterm elections. It’s a simple site, developed and deployed quickly with an eye toward handling a very high amount traffic over a short period of time. We’re excited to see what questions and answers come out of the project.

    Jared Loftus, entrepreneur and owner of The College District, was profiled in a recent BusinessReport.com article about his business. We’ve written about Jared’s business and some of the technical details underpinning his sites in past blog posts, including one upon launch of 4 additional sites and one comparing College District multi-site architecture to Spree.

    Our client FLOR.com is a well-known retail modular carpet seller and a division of the public company Interface, Inc. We’ve been pleased to work with them to add new features to and support the operations of their ecommerce system for the past 3 years. Interface’s founder, Ray Anderson, has been on a mission to reduce negative environmental impact made during their manufacturing process. He published a book, Confessions of a Radical Industrialist, and has been speaking about it and opening eyes to the possibilities for improvement.

    We’re always happy to see our clients doing interesting things and getting the attention they deserve!