Bruno Lago, who leads Catalyst's cloud team, shared tips and tricks on running Software as a Service offerings on top of cloud computing during Friday's Tech Talk for Summer of Tech in Wellington.
Some of our more recent achievements for clients and the work we do around free and open source software
Catalyst IT will be at Stand 131 at the Learning Technologies exhibition in London next week. Meredith Henson and Paul Stevens will be on site if you would like to talk to us about:
Twenty-three students completed the fifth annual Open Source Academy successfully on 16 January 2015. The students spent two weeks at Catalyst learning about programming, server administration as well as other activities that are necessary to deliver a software project.
Since Monday 5 January 2015, twenty-three Year 11 to 13 students from Wellington, Auckland, the Waikato and Christchurch have been immersed in the Open Source Academy at Catalyst House in Wellington.
Catalyst IT is proud to announce the launch of the Disability Standards in Education (DSE) online presence. A University of Canberra project that delivers practical and meaningful assistance to the disabled community.
Catalyst is proud to announce that the first Australian Arduino Academy was completed this week at Scots College in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
Catalyst, New Zealand's largest open source company, has joined the New Zealand Internet Task Force (NZITF).
The winners of the 2014 New Zealand Open Source Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Wellington on 12 November 2014.
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