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Despite over ten times the number of developers, Friendster, which was developed in Java Server Pages (jsp), could not keep up with the speed of development of Myspace and cfm.

A key architect was tech expert Toan Nguyen who helped stabilize the Myspace platform when Brad Greenspan asked him to join the team.

Co-founder and CTO Aber Whitcomb played an integral role in software architecture, utilizing the then superior development speed of Cold Fusion over other dynamic database driven server-side languages of the time.

The project was overseen by Brad Greenspan (e Universe's Founder, Chairman, CEO), who managed Chris De Wolfe (My Space's starting CEO), Josh Berman, Tom Anderson (My Space's starting president), and a team of programmers and resources provided by e Universe. The company held contests to see who could sign up the most users.

and move it to the head of the pack of social networking websites.

But your concern that we won’t be able to keep up with growth, is based on a mistaken assumption that we incur some sort of incremental cost with each artist or album we distribute. The entire process takes less than a minute per song. The only exception is when an album gets flagged for manual review, or if someone emails to ask us a question. But I’m not new to scaling large technology businesses.

A previous company I founded, which had around 0M in sales and was later acquired, was a digital ad network called Ad Brite. Each pageview performed a real-time auction to select the best ad from millions of potential ads—and did this all in less than 50 miliseconds per pageview.

Later the scientist of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Tim Berners-Lee, invented the Hyper Text Markup language (HTML) which is widely spread nowadays and no site can exist without it.

In 1989-1990, Tim Berners-Lee proposed a set of protocols and software (the first web browser and editor called World Wide Web) that allowed computers to browse the information in the Internet and developed the first web server called Hyper Text Transfer Protocol daemon (httpd).

If Distro Kid processed every single album on Earth, every day, forever, it wouldn’t reach a small fraction of that scale (so far we’ve distributed over 100,000 songs for 20,000 different artists).

Several years ago, I read an inspiring article in Forbes about you and In Grooves (here).

Here’s a CFML function I wrote that converts CSV to tab-separated, while preserving the commas in qualified strings (double-quoted strings). As you wrote, you’ve been “at this a long time.” My company, Distro Kid, launched less than a year ago.

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