Archive for the ‘Staff’ Category

Taking a Look Back

Thursday, August 14th, 2014
 We were recently notified that we were selected for a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for Secure and Accelerated File Transfer. I have to say, I never expected this when John Tkaczewski and I started creating FTP software almost 15 years ago. Winning this award validates years of work we put into this software, and […]

Dev’s Corner – Keeping our code base healthy with TDD!

Monday, August 12th, 2013
Contributed by Jack Scuncio Our software is always in a constant state of improving and growing. For the dev team this means that there are now more people working on more code than ever before and that our development process has to become more refined. When adding a new feature, we have to ensure the […]

Do's and Don'ts of Database connection Pooling

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010
Having recently implemented a database connection pooling in our web applications, I want to share some of the issues we stumbled upon during the implementation. Clean up your database calls Make sure that you close your ResultSet and the database connection after every call to the database or you risk to fill-up your connection pool […]

Happy Holidays from Unlimi-Tech, 2009 recap

Thursday, December 24th, 2009
Happy Holidays from Unlimi-Tech! Leading into the holidays and the New Year, we wanted to send out a note to all of our customers to thank them for their patronage, and to briefly recap 2009. In this past year we have continued innovate and grow. We experienced record growth this year, in terms of worldwide […]

Pictures from JavaOne

Thursday, June 4th, 2009
Here are some pictures from the JavaOne conference. ...enjoy.

NAB mini-update

Saturday, April 25th, 2009
Well, two days have passed since NAB closed for exhibition, and I can say that I enjoyed the whole experience. Unlike some of the other staff who attended, this was my first trade show, and what a trade show to attend! We'll file a full report sometime in the coming week, but for now here […]

GDC Podcast Interview on VirginWorlds

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
If you're into podcasts and Massively Online (MMO) gaming, there really is no better place to go to than VirginWorlds. Yes, I am a bit biased with this because, I too, have a show that I do there as well ;) among the many show offerings at that site. For those that are not familiar, […]

The Value of good Support

Friday, February 20th, 2009
One of Steve Kayser's latest articles, The End of Marketing and PR isn't exactly about the end of PR (rather, it's about the new approach businesses must take to marketing and PR), but the title of the article got me to thinking. To start with, FileCatalyst has been ramping up our use of the technologies […]

Hey now (hey now) .ico .ico an nay

Thursday, February 19th, 2009
If you are anything like me, you are very particular about details. When it came time to redesign about a year ago, we did what many companies do, and hired design professionals. This party was responsible for taking our overall requirements, developing a design we could sign off on, and delivering basic HTML templates […]