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TL;DR: I have gotten myself tangled up with James Avery, Nate Kohari, and Dave Donaldson in order to bring you Epic Win Hosting! I hope you’ll go sign up to find out more info when we launch the beta!

If you’ve been following my blog for the past few years, you’ve probably noticed that I have taken a bit of a hiatus recently. There are several reasons for this… first, as you can tell from my last post, I found myself in a bit of a quandary. So, as you’ve probably guessed, I’m been doing a bit more digging and exploring outside of my comfort zone. Both through doing mobile dev on the iPhone and experimenting with Ruby on Rails. This has been a ton of fun, and kept me pretty busy.

Then one fateful day (while at the awesome MongoDC conference) I received a phone call from my good buddy James Avery. He said that he had an awesome idea for changing Windows hosting, and he wanted me to get involved. I had some current work that I needed to finish up, but I decided that I needed to jump on this.

So I made the decision, cleared my schedule (as much as you can around Thanksgiving and Christmas), and set about helping to build Epic Win Hosting. It has been a ton of fun, and I’ve learned a good bit in this short period of time. We are hoping to launch in beta mode in the coming weeks, and I hope that you’ll go to the site and sign up so that you can get more info when we launch.

Things will probably be a bit quiet around here until then, but I can’t wait to launch and share as many details as my new robot overlords will let me!

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configurator

I’m signed up just to see how you’re going to change everything forever 🙂

Hopefully I can get a beta invite somehow (hint, nudge)

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Scott Wade

Timely tease as I’m investigating the current and now future of Windows/MVC 3/EF CTP5/developer friendly hosting options available…in order to deploy a couple of "go-live"-ready web apps…

Once it makes sense…please put me down for an invite as well.

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