Goldenberry joins BizSpark

Sep 23, 2014

Company is working on new initiatives requiring unusual number of the newest technologies, and Microsoft's program is a great way to gain access to them.

BizSpark is a program for startup companies, promoting use of Microsoft technologies. Startups gain access to a wide range of licenses and credits to spend on Azure cloud platform.

One area where Goldenberry is interested in using Microsoft technologies is a startup project it is currently working on. The project is based on the newest .NET frameworks and uses Azure cloud computing services, including very scalable No-SQL data stores.

Lessons learned from this initiative are already put to use in some client work. Goldenberry plans to use Microsoft stack in projects executed for its corporate customers, who have in many cases already invested in .NET platform.


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