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CodeFutures Corporation was founded in the UK in 2001 by Andy Grove and relocated to the US in 2008 as the result of an acquisition.Template:Which CodeFutures' CEO is Cory Isaacson. CodeFutures Corporation is based in Louisville, Colorado, United States.
CodeFutures' main software product is dbShards, a NewSQL platform based on database sharding. Unlike many NewSQL products, dbShards is designed to provide scalability and high availability for existing traditional database platforms (such as MySQL and PostgreSQL) rather than providing a replacement database engine.
CodeFutures' FireStorm/DAO product generates software Data Access Object source code for accessing relational databases to improve developer productivity, improve software quality, and lower maintenance costs.
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