Establishing a bridge between technology, business and people is no easy task, but with a heavy technical education surrounded by sales, marketing, technical support and product management experience, Adam does just that. Outside of work he enjoys all of Colorado’s outdoor activities including running, rock climbing, hiking, and snowboarding.
In 2017 Windward will be ending our support for .NET 3.5 and Java 1.6 (Java SE 6) in Version 16 of AutoTag and our Engines. Official support for .NET 3.5 ended in January 2016 and support for Java 1.6 ended in February 2013. We’ve decided to move away from these legacy platforms to take advantage […] …read more
NOTE: This is the second post in our series on 2-minute intros to Windward Version 15. Missed the beginning? Start here. Once you’ve created and edited your template and have everything running smoothly in AutoTag, it’s time to ensure that your hard work transitions into your integration of the Windward Engine. Did you know that […] …read more
If you’ve downloaded and installed the recently released Windward Version 15, you’ve likely noticed a few changes from previous versions. (And if you’re new to Windward and this is the first time you’ve used the software, welcome!) Today marks the first in a short series of blog posts designed to introduce you our latest version. […] …read more
Today is the official release date of the newest version of Windward AutoTag and the Windward Engine. The theme of version 15 is usability. Our product engineering team has been hard at work creating a top-notch user experience. We spent a lot of time listening to customers and trying to understand how most people use […] …read more