Catalyst, New Zealand's largest open source company, has joined the New Zealand Internet Task Force (NZITF).
Some of our more recent achievements for clients and the work we do around free and open source software
The winners of the 2014 New Zealand Open Source Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Wellington on 12 November 2014.
Catalyst staff are the lead developers and maintainers for the Mahara ePortfolio project (https://mahara.org). In addition to owning the trademark, Catalyst will now lead the Mahara partner program.
On 21 October 2014, the Mahara release team at Catalyst IT published the latest version of the open source ePortfolio system Mahara. This release marks the tenth version and contains many new features and bug fixes from contributors around the world.
Two New Zealand IT companies, Open Parallel and Catalyst, are at the forefront of the largest IT project in the world, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope.
The SKA is one of the most complex projects ever conceived; a global effort involving about 350 engineers, scientists and researchers from around the world working together on the SKA’s design and development, planning to build thousands of radio telescopes in Southern Africa and Australia between 2018 and 2024, to monitor and survey the sky.
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.
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