Adzerk Ranks 262 in the Inc. 500 List, 5 in North Carolina

Adzerk is proud to announce that we are ranked #262 on the 2015 Inc. 500, a list of the fastest growing private companies in the United States. Our three-year growth...

5 Out of the Box Ideas for Using an Ad Server API

If you think that an ad server API is useful only for serving banners to web pages and mobile apps, think again. An ad serving API that can deliver any...

The Benefits of a JSON Ad Server

JSON ad serving is a relatively new technique, but it's incredibly powerful for publishers who want to ingest ad contents directly into their CMS or app. While the ad industry...

Splint.js: Functional first-aid for legacy jQuery applications

There are a lot of cool new ways to rewrite JavaScript applications, but there aren't many cool ways to incrementally improve them in place. That's why we made splint.js, a...

Boot 2.0.0 Released

Hey everybody, we just released Boot 2.0.0! Boot is a build tool for Clojure that we use extensively here at Adzerk for everything from command-line scripts to web applications. For...

Using Docker to Run Boot From Anywhere

If you've been on the Internet sometime in the last 2 years, you may have noticed that Docker is becoming extremely popular. If you've ever tried Docker*, then you probably...

GitHub Streaking for Fun and Profit

At the time of writing, I'm on day 68 of my longest GitHub streak yet. It's been the most productive 2 months ever, and I intend to keep the streak...

Adzerk's Core Values

Much has changed at Adzerk over the last 6 months. We had great leaders and employees move on to new challenges, but in turn we've hired awesome new people to...

Boot 2.0 RC1: Stable API, Immutable Filesets, Growing Community

Yesterday we released Boot 2.0 RC1 (Release Candidate 1), the newest version of Clojure's most exciting build tool. With this release, the Boot API is now stable, and task authors...

ClojureScript Builds, Rebooted

Build tools are great. They're the part of the process of software development that only developers seeā€“The Aristocrats of computing, a secret handshake we don't generally trot out for clients...