Founder's blog

Mar 26 2009
ASP.NET: mixing OutputCache with Server.Transfer

If there's any ASP.NET developers reading this blog, here's a small tip for you guys. continued...

Mar 6 2009
Jitbit Helpdesk - hosted version

We are happy to announce the beta launch of the hosted version of our Helpdesk Software. We will take care of the installation, hosting and maintenance of your helpdesk for under $30 a month. continued...

Dec 31 2008
Lazy SEO (tm)

Here's a nice little tip for startups & mISV's who want to increase their search engine traffic in minutes.

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Dec 3 2008
VS 2008 "A required privilege is not held by the client"

A small tip for web developers. continued...

Aug 6 2008
Email support vs. Phone support

37signals blog has a great post on phone vs email support. continued...

Jul 5 2008
The VPS saga continues, or "How to Choose a Web Hosting Provider"

Like I said I believe that the best hosting option for a mISV is a combination of a VPS and Google Apps. continued...

Jun 30 2008
"Hey, our website is down"

A VPS (Virtual Private Server AKA "Virtual Dedicated Server") is a must-have for a mISV I must say. With shared hosting it was nothing but pain. With a VPS you can host any number of databases, websites and services on it. If you consider yourself more experienced than the average "shared-hosting-support-guy" - why not use your skills? continued...

May 27 2008
HelpDesk: new version

After months of hard work we have released the version 3.0 of our web-based Helpdesk software continued...

May 14 2008
Piracy Concerns

Piracy is what every software company worries about. We all do our best to protect our software from cracking, patching and other kinds or reverse engineering. But should we really try to build an invincible protection? With all these hardware-lockers, network activations and stuff? continued...

Apr 16 2008
Google-bot submits forms

Google-bot already knows how to parse Flash and Javascript on our websites, extracting URLs to index. And now it's been oficially announced, that Google starts submitting forms, filling the fields with keywords, playing with options, and indexing the results. continued...

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