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Another .NET expert weighs in on the Digipede Network

August 4th, 2006 · 1 Comment

Mike Gunderloy,  developer / author / publisher of the Larkware Web site, reviewed the Digipede Network Developer Edition yesterday.  He dug it:

…What The Digipede Network brings to the table is a polished way to set up a .NET-based grid on your own network, ready to undertake distributed computing jobs at a moment’s notice. When you install their product, you get a well-designed layer of management infrastructure together with code hooks that make it easy to submit piece of work to the grid.

Right you are, Mike!  And as for our frequent claims about how easy the Digipede Network is to get up and running — what about that?

Any good .NET developer should be able to get Digipede up and running, and have a piece of their own key application distributed across multiple machines, in less than a day.

Thanks Mike!

Tags: Grid applications · Usability

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Dan Ciruli // Aug 4, 2006 at 4:04 pm

    You know you’ve got a “blogging problem” when you’re doing it before 7 in the morning!

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