We begin the new year with several large project in
our schedule. Our customers always come first, so
updating our web pages has been delayed.
We secure the name "CustomLogic LLC" with the California
Secretary of State, and drop the "US" from our
Complete redesign of our website. All information is updated and
August 31, 2000
Intern Alex Gudkov begins his internship.
July 12, 2000
Linux Links and Projects pages updated.
January 27, 2000
Complete redesign of our web. All information
is updated and reformatted.
February 22, 1999
Full time internet connectivity for our
firewall on a new DSL circuit.
January 4, 1999
CustomLogic registered with California Secretary
of State as a Limited Liability Company named US CustomLogic LLC.
October 8, 1998
Part-time office assistant starts work.
April 28, 1998
Red Hat places CustomLogic on their web
page as an official Support Partner.
October 17, 1997
Our first "real" office. CustomLogic
moves to Sacramento County, and into our first office in Gold River,
Our initial Web pages installed.
September 15, 1997
Our final day of work at our "real"
jobs. CustomLogic becomes a full time venture.
April 14, 1997
Our first "real" server, a SuperMicro
P6DNF Dual Pentium Pro with two 150 MHz. CPU's running Red hat 4.1.
January 28, 1997
The customlogic.com domain is registered.
January 23, 1997
CustomLogic obtains business license in
El Dorado County.
Brian and Tom make plans to start a partnership
based upon Linux. Three years of exploration and use at our employers
office has convinced us that Linux follows in the footsteps of UNIX
by providing an excellent software development environment, and
will quickly gain in popularity.
Brian and Tom discover the Slackware Linux
distribution, a free UNIX clone, with networking, a C and C++ compiler
and X Window. (Thanks, Zhihong)