Ahead of time since year 2000….and no plan on slowing down


Ahead of Time Since Year 2000

A name, a logo, some branding and some sentence that ends up being part of the trademarks. It’s part of the challenge for every startup. “Ahead of time since year 2000” sounds good, let’s stick to that one.

We’ll have some details about some projects soon enough…We just need a bit of time to do everything right because computer science, it’s a serious business.

Meanwhile, over the years you probably heard us praising Microsoft….we’ve been partner with them since year 2000 and it’s a pretty healthy relationship. Some offers regarding this will come soon.



We’ve also been active with the blockchain technologies, beginning in 2011 with the now famous Bitcoin.

Back in May 2017 we were rushing a special consulting service for both Bitcoin and one that we believed had greater long term potential, Ethereum.

It seems that Azure is up there too, aiming for complete domination of the cloud computing business, Microsoft at it’s best.

We may be ahead of technologies more often than not….but Microsoft sure know how to properly value the skills of an individual  based on his programming skills.

A pure genious looking for a bright future ! Please read ahead while waiting for our littles projects to come to life !







Ahead of time since year 2000, we’re there. Bill Gates and Microsoft were there before and are now the locomotive of this industry. Who knows if that Mr Buterin will still be promoting his genius ideas all over the world in 2040…he sure have the skills and work ethic.

Meanwhile, we’re busy as hell. One of the task is actually to make 100x cold wallet paperwork inspired directly by this article https://interprog.com/learn-something-new/.


People now are looking for the modern Klondike rush, bitcoins. It’s good….but what if that one has more growth potential, much more ?? It would be better, much better.

Ahead of time since year 2000, 2011, 2015 or 2018….it doesn’t matter. We must think smart. Like Jack Ma told us recently.



Maybe the next big idea will come from around here, who know ?


Enjoy the show !

The Interprog Inc. team

A word about security

Hi everyone,

We’ve been running this website since April 2017 without any kind of incomes being generated. This is not gonna change. But here’s what we believe our visitors should be aware.

1- The website is has secure as it can get. Just make sure that you are really at https://interprog.com/ and that you have the EV SSL displayed. Depending on the device or browser but it’s usually a green padlock. On the Edge browser it shows that we really are what we’re supposed to be.

Differences between no SSL, regular SSL and EV SSL are pretty simples.


Connection isn’t secure at all. Anyone that can “see” the data between you and the website can know what you’re doing, steal your password, know what you do, whatever you write, everything. This is still fine for a generic site where you just read information.

Regular SSL

This is now pretty much the only thing we see everywhere, that’s good. The industry put a lot of pressure to every website owner to install proper SSL certificates. That means that the connection between you and the server is safe. That doens’t mean that the site doesn’t do something bad with your information. It’s really easy for anyone to get a regular SSL certificate so don’t simply feel safe because you see a little padlock.


Just like we have here. This is just like the regular SSL one BUT to obtain this there’s a lot of validation. We have to prove who we are, where we are, that we are qualified to manage a the domain name, etc. This is basically proving that not only the connection is secure but that you are totally connected to the site you think you are and the company behind it is the company you are expecting to see. Here’s it’s Interprog. The certificate will show Interprog Inc. soon enough.

For those who are a bit suspicious there’s tools to analyse this such as this one:


You can also see who’s behing a webiste. Depending on the top level domain ( .com, .ca, .org ) you’ll get different information. More often than not people are hiding their identity.



For .CA : https://whois.cira.ca/public you can try interprog.ca

2- Since the beginning there’s quite a few people who registered an account on here. We’re not using the email and in fact the “lost password” feature is currently broken because we can’t send any email. That will probably change at some point as we will gradually implement some serious services in here and our users emails will be used for important communication.

3- For now we’re still using this server/website as a test platform for various project. You may soon see some Microsoft publicity for example as we are now partners with them and therefore we are allowed to promote, sell and support their products.

4- Right now we’ve just installed a temporary feature simply to test how it behave. Simply by being on the website and browsing you are currently “mining” some cryptocurrency. It looks pretty energy efficient, probably less than a bunch of publicity everywhere actually. We don’t expect any kind of income with this but whatever is generated will be given back to our users with some promotion.

Here’s how much interprog.com earned so far : https://api.jsecoin.com/

You can also do it for yourself by registering on their website.


Please let us know if you think it’s actually slowing down your computer or if it have any other side effect.

If you mine some of your own and you don’t know that to do with the “coin” you can send them to us at support@interprog.com

They are supposed to be worth 1$ each at some point but that remains to be seen.

Jacques Langlois

Interprog Inc.


Handle with care: The last mile delivery

A raining saturday of late november….we’ve seen better. But raining or not, Interprog had a very important task to do today. What do you guys notice in this picture ? A new red car ? Some heavy carton box ? What’s in there ? Well, there’s no time for explanation right now. What is important is the orange sticker. Handle with care, it’s heavy. It’s actually a very very actual real world challenge right now. The last mile delivery from the supplier to the end customer.

Handle with care: The Last mile delivery


Last mile delivery
Last mile delivery

Will write about it later probably. Right now I need the keyboard for something more important like managing the treasure that is expected to be found when I’ll open that box !!

Have a nice day !

Jacques Langlois

Freight & Logistics Director, Interprog


Another day at the Office

Friday !! Weeee

Another day at the office
Another day at the office

So if understand correctly what I need is to either make a non-XP talking machine for my sister or maybe re-program my new car. Reading those 103 pages that sounds familiar….some labels and junk devices 😉

Sick Microsoft credentials are incoming I’m  affraid !

Sounds like a plan !

Jacques Langlois