Canada Does Windows Azure: Frozen Mountain
- Posted: Jul 06, 2012 at 12:18PM
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Host Jonathan Rozenblit is always on the search for stories of Canadian developers who have either built new applications using Windows Azure services or have migrated existing applications to Windows Azure. Canada Does Windows Azure shares their stories.
This is the story of Frozen Mountain.
FROZEN MOUNTAIN (from Frozen Mountain)
Frozen Mountain is an experienced provider of innovative solutions to common business problems using the latest in web technology. We enable customers to stay on the forefront of web-based innovation, while minimizing their risk and development costs. We offer an assortment of products, services, and domain expertise, from pre-built software packages to hosted services to customized application development.
We develop our products with an "ear-to-the-ground" approach to ensure that we are providing solutions that are relevant and effective in meeting the business needs of an evolving web environment. We work very closely with our clients, helping them to establish an understanding of their own needs and how their requirements can be realized in a modern web-oriented architecture (WOA). This approach simultaneously gives users the rich internet experience they have come to demand and provides clients with a maintainable, extensible, and therefore cost-effective, solution.
As the technical visionary, Anton is responsible for ensuring that Frozen Mountain's products and services exceed the needs of today and predict the needs of tomorrow. His technological intuition, vast knowledge base, and extensive academic background provide a strong foundation upon which Frozen Mountain's innovation can thrive. Anton joined Frozen Mountain after many years of working as a freelance technical consultant for numerous companies, including Siemens and the Kenan Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science. His professional career in developing web-based applications started in high school before any formal training. He now holds a joint degree in Computing Science and Linguistics, with a focus in statistical algorithms and computational linguistics. He has worked in the field for over 9 years.