Posts about events

The Cloud Adoption Gap and Other Notes on GigaOM Structure Europe

By Bart Copeland, October 16, 2012


Autumn in Amsterdam is always beautiful. Throw in a cloud conference and you’ve got yourself a really great time! I was honored to have the opportunity to speak at GigaOM Structure Europe and enjoyed many conversations with some of the finest “cloudy” minds in the business. I thought I’d take this opportunity to share some of my thoughts and observations of the goings on at Structure Europe.

Fall Events: Meet the Superstars Behind your Favourite ActiveState Products

By Navrup Johal, October 4, 2012

We love our customers and always look for any opportunity to come out and meet all of you. We have a ton of events going on this quarter, so if you're free, in the area, or want to make the trek - come on out and say hi. You may score one of the highly coveted, limited edition Stackato t-shirts!

Check out the list below of where we'll be, between now and December:

OpenStack Summit
Where: San Diego
When: October 15-18
Who: Diane Mueller, Cloud Evangelist

CloudCamp Vancouver Round-up!

By Diane Mueller, November 16, 2011
CloudCamp Vancouver

I was very honored to be invited to present a lighting talk at this week's CloudCamp Vancouver. CloudCamp's unconference phenomena landed in Vancouver this week at the Vancouver Convention Centre as part of the Microsoft's Tech Days Roadshow who sponsored the room and the coffee.

Category: events

Cloud Expo: Talkin' Private PaaS

By Angie Hirata, November 4, 2011

Cloud ExpoNext week, several of us from ActiveState are hitting up Cloud Expo in Santa Clara! Private PaaS is still a new space, so we're excited to be giving several talks on this topic to help people understand the benefits and capabilities of a private PaaS. If you're going to be there, come check out our sessions and visit our booth (#415).

Here are the talks we'll be giving:

Category: events, stackato

We've joined the OpenStack Ecosystem

By Bart Copeland, October 6, 2011

OpenStackAt the OpenStack conference this week in Boston, RackSpace announced the new OpenStack Foundation. This move to a more collaborative governance model shows the strength of this community and is one of the reasons we just joined the OpenStack project!

One... Two... THREE Great Cloud Webinars Coming Up!

By Sheila Louis, September 29, 2011

Enterprise Cloud Webinars: Private PaaS, Stackato

Join us for one—or all—of these great upcoming cloud-related webinars, and get more intimate with the cloud:

Category: events, stackato

Two great webinars in September: Register now

By Sheila Louis, September 6, 2011

ActiveState WebinarsWe have two great webinars coming up in September that we think you'll enjoy. If you plan to attend, register quickly as space is filling up for both webinars, and space is limited.

Category: events, perl, perl, python, tcl

Activators Share Multi-Cultural Lunch

By Angie Hirata, September 2, 2011

Here at ActiveState, we have a pretty diverse, multi-cultural group of staff. Whether born in Canada, the US, or abroad, we have many nationalities represented on our team. Part of what makes collaboration and conversations so interesting!

So today, a few of us got together for an international potluck lunch, where we shared dishes from our country of origin. Here are some of the delectable dishes that we shared (clockwise from bottom left in the picture):

Ingy's Back! Plus YAPC::EU 2011 Highlights

By Ingy döt Net, August 24, 2011

YAPC::EU ActiveState SponsorI had the absolute pleasure of attending YAPC::Europe in Riga, Latvia last week.

O HAI, BTW! I'm Ingy döt Net, ActiveState's latest recruit for the Stackato project. I also am a long time Perl hacker (this was my 15th or so YAPC; I lost count) and former ActiveState employee from 2000-2001. I'm glad to be back at ActiveState, but where were we. Oh right, YAPC...

OSCON 2011 Wrap-up: Cloudy with lots of Data

By Diane Mueller, August 1, 2011

Once again, the journey to the lovely city of Portland for OSCON 2011 was definitely worth the trip. Kudos to O'Reilly for combining OSCON, with OSCON Data and OSCON Java bringing an even wider variety of communities to the Open Source conversation. For me, the inclusion of the Data stream made the trip worthwhile.

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