End Point Team
Our team, headquartered in New York City, has developed, maintained, and hosted ecommerce and other web solutions since its founding in 1995. We combine web application development, database and hosting expertise with understanding clients’ objectives to excel in client satisfaction.
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With End Point since: 2010
Josh “has been a pleasure to work with and does a great job communicating …” —Chad Cornett, Universal Industrial Assets
Josh has worked with information technology in varied environments including educational, medical, and ecommerce industries. He has experience with PostgreSQL and other databases going back to 2004 and has also worked as a systems administrator, software developer, and data center manager.
Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering, University of South Florida, 2004.
Josh’s hobbies include contributing to open source projects like PostgreSQL. In his spare time when not working on things of a technological nature, Josh enjoys photography and is at best an amateur herpetologist.
Recent Blog Posts By Josh Williams
October 29, 2012
A few weekends ago I gave a talk at Ohio LinuxFest: Yes, You Can Run Your Business On PostgreSQL. Next Question? (slides freshly posted.) The talk isn't as technically oriented as the ones I'll usuall... (An Encouraging LinuxFest cont.)
June 14, 2012
Interesting! From storing encrypted documents and occasionally signing email, to its usage in pgcrypto in Postgres, I've done a bit with PGP keys and public key cryptography. But Kiel's been running ... (Security review with Kiel: Time to be paranoid. cont.)
April 5, 2012
Are you a RHEL 5 user? Or CentOS or Scientific Linux, for that matter? Have you started deploying IPv6 on RHEL 5? If you're using ip6tables as a firewall in this environment, you may want to double ... (Stateful IPv6 tracking in RHEL 5: Fail cont.)
March 14, 2012
elephant by esclarabunda I've been meaning to exercise a bit more. You know, just to keep the mid section nice and trim. But getting into that habit doesn't seem to be so easy. Trimming middlew... (A Little Less of the Middle cont.)
December 15, 2011
In a number of places we've started tracking configuration files in git. It's great for Postgres configs, Apache or nginx, DNS zone files, Nagios, all kinds of things. A few clients have private offs... (Hurray for tracking configuration files in source control cont.)