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At the upcoming TheNextWebevent, Mobypicture will behosting a unique Mobynow platformto aggregate all the conference buzz. When you use #TNW2011 onMobypicture, Twitter, Facebook or Hyves, your messages will be publishedon this platform. However, Mobypicture and Peechodecided to take personal publishing a step further. This year, anyonewith a Moby account can receive a fully personalized TheNextWebmagazine.… Continue reading Get your TNW Magazine

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Major Printcloud release

What would Google do? Google always makes sure theinfrastructure works first. Only then, they release the applicationsthat depend on it. That makes sense, right?Well, we are proud to announce that step one has been completed forPeecho, too. In preparation of Great Things In The Future (dum-dum-dum),we succesfully launched a new generation of Printcloud – ourprint… Continue reading Major Printcloud release

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Character encoding gotchas

Just when you think you’ve got your spring web application nicely undercontrol your first customer from a Scandinavian country tries to placean order. And then you are hit by the evil character encoding monster.Your customer doesn’t live in København but in K�benhavn and their lastname is now MÃ¥rtensson instead of Mårtensson. Chances are yourcustomers from… Continue reading Character encoding gotchas

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Peecho on Emerce online

As you might have noticed, we were covered in an Emerce article a couple of weeks ago. Now, the article is available online, too. You can read the article here.   Noteworthy trivia: while the printed article showed a photo of the founders of Peecho, this image has been replaced of a photo of a… Continue reading Peecho on Emerce online

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Happy new year!

Peecho wishes you all the best in 2011. Really, we do.For those of you who just tuned in, we added a quick recap of 2010. Forthe really determined, there is a preview of next year, too. About 2010 The past year has been absolutely fantastic. After all, it was our first. The initial few months, ourcommunity worked… Continue reading Happy new year!

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Java S3 upload using Spring RestTemplate

At Peecho, we use many of the AmazonAWS services. For example, we use EC2for our virtual machines and S3for all of our storage. Because of the scalable nature of S3,theoretically, we could serve an infinite amount of users uploading files to our platform without stressing our machines or infrastructureat all. The only drawback is that connected apps… Continue reading Java S3 upload using Spring RestTemplate

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Android upload to Amazon S3

Willem Vermeer,one of our main community members, wrote this piece while strugglingwith our open source Android application. Let’s go!Programming for Android devices can be a lot of fun but every now andyou’re faced with a task which seems simple at first glance but gets you hitting a few walls before you finally find a satisfying… Continue reading Android upload to Amazon S3

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New Chief Architect

After opening up the API and releasing the Printclient software, there is more to celebrate at Peecho this week. From today, Marcel Panse has joined the ranks of Peecho as our new chief architect. Yeah! As a real Java guru, Marcel will be responsible for the architecture of Printcloud, our print platform in the cloud… Continue reading New Chief Architect

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Peecho wins award

Last week, Peecho won the award for best business model in the start-up rally of TheNextWeb conference in Amsterdam. Werner Vogels (CTO Amazon) congratulated the Peecho team on stage and proved the jury’s choice by donating 10 euro.The day before, Peecho launched Printcloud – a cloud platform for Print As A Service. See the press release here – and… Continue reading Peecho wins award

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