Web Hosting Domain.com to Demonstrate Hosting Services at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco Conference

Web Hosting Domain.com Demonstrate Services at TechCrunch Disrupt Conference

Web Hosting Domain.com Demonstrate Services at TechCrunch Disrupt Conference

Greatresponder.com on September 10, 2012 : It was announced by web hosting and domain names provider Domain.com company on Friday September 7, 2012 that they have got the chance to demonstrate the web hosting services at TechCrunch disrupt Conference at San Francisco. This event is going to be held next week. It was also announced that Domain.com is the sponsor of this event. It is also worth to note that domain.com has already hosted “Next Great Idea” event in New York few months back.

It was further explained in the statement that the demonstration of web hosting services would be done by using a candy dispenser. It will use a three foot tower of plexi glass, which would be filled with candies; disrupt feeder would live blog the consumption of these candies. As the quantity of the candies gets depleted the sensor of the feeder would sense it and the information will be sent to PHP and python scripts and subsequently to the MySQL databases; the database would be updated automatically and the blog would be posted on the domain.com accounts of the blogs. This is very exciting form of web hosting services demonstration that brings very new and innovative ideas into the market place.

With such demonstration, the objective of proper engagement of the technology people and prospective customers would be possible and thus domain.com would be able to establish its innovative thinking with high profile audience.

In statement, Mr. David Andrews, the marketing director of domain.com said, “The Disrupt Feeder demonstrates that Domain.com has all the resources startups and developers need to get their sites up and running with a service they can count on. Progress is tracked via a cumulative consumption graph, which makes updates each time a drop of 2 cubic cm is recorded.”

 

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