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A sandbox is a testing environment that isolates untested code changes and outright experimentation from the production environment or repository. Sandboxes replicate at least the minimal functionality needed to accurately test the programs or other code under development (Source: WikiPedia)

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
sandbox (noun)
a box or receptacle containing loose sand as
a) a shaker for sprinkling sand on wet ink
b) a box that contains sand for children to play in
Sandbox (Wikipedia)

Sandbox may refer to:

  • Sandpit or sandbox, a wide, shallow playground construction to hold sand, often made of wood or plastic

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David Rashty, an entrepreneur and one of the early web pioneers, has over twenty years’ experience as a CTO and a CEO. He has been involved in several start-ups and established companies and was the founder of two successful ventures.David is currently using his proven leadership and management skills to act as a Part Time CTO or "JumpStart" CTO for several early-stage ventures; this includes helping them design and develop their product and IT infrastructure.David holds a BS in computer science and an M.Sc in educational technology. He has been a adjunct university professor, given numerous workshops, written several books and articles on information technology and received numerous innovation awards.