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Some of our more recent achievements for clients and the work we do around free and open source software
Mahara is the world's leading open source web platform for portfolios, journals, resumé building, collaboration and social networking.
This year, Catalyst will once again be offering paid internships in free and open source software through the Summer of Tech programme.
Catalyst IT Australia developer, Raymond Wijaya and his team win The Australian Government Hack 2014. It is one of the largest Government-backed hackathons in Asia-Pacific.
The Catalyst Cloud, New Zealand's first fully automated, on-demand cloud solution has had a very successful launch, with use of its compute and storage services increasing by an average of 500% per month over its first four months in operation.
Hosted at the University of Brighton and co-organised by the University and Catalyst EU, the Mahara UK14 conference saw representatives from across the UK, New Zealand, Finland, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Republic of Ireland and Germany.
On July 17th and 18th the University of Brighton plays host to the 6th Annual UK Mahara Conference. Delegates from across the United Kingdom and Ireland, Europe and even as far as New Zealand, will be attending this two day event co-organised by the University of Brighton and Catalyst IT
Catalyst, New Zealand's largest open source company, recently launched their implementation of the OpenStack project which means that New Zealand businesses now have access to a private cloud, hosted in New Zealand at prices either below or comparable to Amazon Web Services.
The New Zealand Open Source Awards recognise and promote the contributions of New Zealanders to free and open source projects and free and open source philosophy, and exemplary use of free and open source by New Zealand organisations.
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