by Chris Cormack
I'm going to hazard a guess and say, not many, if any.
Some of our more recent blog articles.
by Don Christie
20 years ago Jim Bolger was still our Prime Minister, the All Blacks made a clean sweep of the Bledisloe Cup and Wellington became the first city in the world to lay a fibre loop in the CBD. Four Wellingtonians were also looking around for work, their previous employer having recently sold up.
by Jen Zajac
So you want to run your own tech conference? Great! Here's everything you need to know.
by Donna Benjamin
Inkscape is free and open source drawing software. It’s available for Linux (of course), but also for Windows, and for MacOS too. It’s a tool for drawing 2D vector graphics, and its native file format is the World Wide Web Consortium’s standard for Scalable Vector Graphics, or SVG.
Chris has just returned from travels in India. Chris keynoted the National Koha Conclave in Pune, and spoke at a learning event in Shillong for libraries in North-East India, on implementing Koha in the cloud, plus additional speaking engagements squeezed into his six day trip. It was a packed itinerary and Chris returned to us absolutely exhausted.
by Evan Giles
Without a realistic automated load testing strategy Catalyst would not be able to confidently roll out major changes to our Enterprise Moodle customers without risking a degredation in performance.
by Zoe Lu
I was lucky enough to attend the DevOpsDays Sydney 2016 Conference. This conference aims to help participants learn and shae ideas around adopting DevOps best practices. The conference was entirely organised by volunteers from the local technical community and had a very interesting format.
by Ian Beardslee
The Open Source Academy is two weeks of intense learning and mentored project work. Participants work towards making a change in a real open source project. It is an opportunity for a group of keen Year 11 to 13 students to be challenged beyond what they have learned at school by learning from, and working with some of the best technologists in New Zealand.
by MaryRose Painter
Innovation is part of our culture at Catalyst. Our culture makes us inquisitive and capable. It pushes us on journeys of discovery that allow us to bring new and exciting opportunities to our clients and the broader communities in which we operate. If this sounds like your cup of tea, we'd love to hear from you.