At my day job , I run a distributed team of infrastructure coders spread across Australia + one in . Our team is called the team, but we're more analogous to a product focused Research & Development team.
Other teams atare a mix of office and remote workers, but our team is a little unique in that we're fully distributed. We do daily standups using , and try to do face to face meetups every few months at Bulletproof's offices in Sydney.
…pull request from charliesome in , Australia. " Ruby 2.0.0 is the first stable release of the " 2.0 series, with many new features and improvements in response to the increasingly diverse and expanding demands for Ruby.
We've also kept the agent compatible with rails 4.0.0.beta1 . Rails 4 provides updated versions of the ::Notifications libraries, which generate a queue of …4 development, including
Maybe it's just because it's a Friday here at the New Relic offices. Or maybe it's just that we love to have fun with our awesome customers.
Yesterday, we received a tweet from @ mingstar all the way from Sydney, Australia. He'd noticed how much he resembled our homepage. Pretty uncanny, right?
We had a good chuckle but we couldn't leave it at that.
So here's our original model developer, Julian, staring at you @ mingstar, staring at him. # infinitecat
…concern in the , , and Australia.
1/3 of ITlist "Lack of compatibility with our IT infrastructure" as a key reason for outlawing BYOD, but concerns vary by country and platform.
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The not the best of papers , but they're quoting 's BYOD Insights 2013 report) posted a quick report …(yeah,
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…Apps) by the Numbers: Not only are employees doing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), they're also doing BYOA (Bring Your Own Apps). A recent survey taken by Edge Strategies on behalf of LogMeIn in which 1,200 respondents from SMBs in North America, the UK, Australia and New Zealand shows some pretty interesting numbers.
Hi all, this one is aimed at other Australians. Since it was first announced in 2009, there's been a lot of rumbling about the National Broadband Network plan - what it actually is, whether it's worth it, what it actually means for us or for the Australian budget etc etc
This link provides an article that fully explains what it's all about and is well worth a read.
: it's a plan to replace the antiquated …
It is amazing to see how fast the Sydney startup community is growing. It spread from incubator to co-working space and now to Universities
Angelpad is a incubator based in San Francisco, founded by Ex-googler Thomas Korte. Korte takes a hands-on mentor approach where he works closely with 12 startups over 10 weeks at Angelpad's HQ offices. The program provides valuable experience, education, coaching …
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I am very excited to announce that your Engine Yard Cloud account can provision new environments in an Australia datacenter. This is in part thanks to our infrastructure provider Amazon, and part due to the quick work by our Engine Yard engineers to add and test the new region.
We already had regions in Singapore, Japan and West Coast USA so why is a region in Australia/ New Zealand so exciting? It solves the pesky speed of light problem with respect to latency, in a manner of speaking. Why is latency an issue?