Our History with Open Source

Open Source software has been a huge part of our business's rapid growth since day one. From when we shared our first file to the present day when we run our entire corporate IT infrastructure on Open Source software. Over the years we have written some of our own software, donated to a bunch of our favorite projects, and even partnered with some awesome Open Source apps. That's what we want to share with everyone. Hopefully, we can inspire some existing businesses to join the party, or better yet show new businesses the benefits of Open Source.


Check out our source code repositories. Here you'll find the most up-to-date patches and fixes for code we release. We'll be adding more projects periodically so keep checking back in for the latest updates!

GitHub is our primary version control repository. You'll see all of our code releases here first.
GitLab is our primary version control repository. You'll see all of our code releases here first.
We’ve worked on over two hundred projects - and we’re still counting.
Obviously, we couldn’t do this without our lovely partners.
So far, we have served over three hundred amazing clients.

Flash Drives 4 Open Source

In our continuing effort to support the Open Source projects that we depend on most, we have started Flash Drives 4 Open Source (FD4OS). We are partnering with our favorite projects to create custom flash drives in the shape of their logos so their fans and the general public can purchase them. All of the profits made from the drives are sent directly to the projects. Not only can you pick up some cool swag, but help your favorite project thrive!

Head to our webstore and browse all of the Open Source flash drives we currently have available!

Our Projects

We have written a lot of software over the past few decades and we want to start sharing it with you, what we can of course :). We'll post our favorite apps, scripts, plugins, and code projects here.

A simple Wordpress plugin that allows you to add custom fields to authors profiles without the clutter of a larger plugin.
Yarn is a fast, reliable, and secure dependency manager for node from the engineers at Facebook, Google and Microsoft.
Whols Server List
A JASON list of Port 43 protocol Whols server hostnames for each TLD. The list is automatically updated regulary by downloading the IANA TLD list, locating new Whols...
Lodash is a modern JavaScript utility library with more than half a billion downloads a year.
Framer.js is the most popular OS code design project out there.
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scalling, and management of containerized applications.
10 Years of Open Source at USB Memory Direct
Today marks our ten year anniversary of using Open Source software. We have learned so many things about Open Source throughout the years, most significant of all is how important it has been to the success of our business. Without our accidental discovery of Ubuntu a decade ago and our brazen disregard for industry IT norms we might not be the company we are now.