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How we build things quickly—part 2: making modules

The second part of a blog trilogy that helps you speed up your web builds. Brought to you by Steve Heyes of Bonito. 

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Govt.nz show and tell at Wellington SilverStripe meetup

The Wellington SilverStripe meetup on the 25th March was host to some interesting talks from... read

Open Source Goals: April - June 2015

Recently the teams at SilverStripe got together to talk about our goals for the next quarter. read

What Open Source // Open Society taught us

Open Source // Open Society was a compelling two days of confronting, wide ranging, exploratory and... read

Teaching future open source developers

Posted in Open Source, Developers, Company

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by Wilfred Godfrey

Posted 20 April 2015

Last Monday my colleague Mike Andrewartha and I helped out at a Gather workshop run... read

Open Source//Open Society: Why we're excited about being involved

Helping the Government become great at open source and gain all the benefits that come... read

There Goes My Hero: The 2.4 End-of-Life Announcement

The 31st of March, marked the official end of life for the beloved and embattled... read

Highlights from PHP Australia Conference

On March, 12th-13th, 200 developers converged on Sydney's Maritime Museum; for Australia's first PHP conference. read

Security update release 3.1.12

SilverStripe version 3.1.12 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our downloads section. read

Trading fashion for the web

Posted in Developers, Company

Tagged Summer of Tech, internship

by Jennifer Harper

Posted 20 March 2015

Summer of Tech is a world class internship programme connecting innovative NZ employers with top... read

Security update releases 3.0.12 and 3.1.11

SilverStripe version 3.1.11 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our downloads section. read

5 reasons we said YES to the first Open Source // Open Society

For two days in April, Wellington will be home to some of the biggest influencers... read

How SilverStripe Empowers Great Teams

Last month CEO & Co-founder Sam Minnée, CTO Hamish Friedlander and I ran a series... read

SilverStripe core committers hangout #3 2015 [video]

 Original broadcast: 3rd March 2015 read

What you missed at Webstock 2015

Webstock is New Zealand’s largest web focused conference. read

Sacha Judd to join SilverStripe Board of Directors

Posted in Company

Tagged news

Sam Minnée

by Sam Minnée

Posted 5 March 2015

We are delighted to announce that Sacha Judd has joined SilverStripe’s Board of Directors as... read

Running like clockwork: Better developer tools with the Clockwork module

A common request on the SilverStripe mailing list, forums, and user voice site over the... read

SilverStripe 3.1.10 Security Release

SilverStripe version 3.1.10 stable has been released today, you can get a copy from our downloads section. read

Free London Developer Training Announced For March 2015

Posted in Developers, Company

Tagged London, training

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Nicole Williams

by Nicole Williams and Nicole Williams

Posted 12 February 2015

SilverStripe's CEO and original lead developer, Sam Minnée, will be leading two 1-day SilverStripe training... read

SilverStripe Announces First Northern Hemisphere Office and February Events

Posted in Developers, Company

Tagged London, UK, Europe, event

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by Nicole Williams

Posted 3 February 2015

It's shaping up to be an exciting year for SilverStripe as we open our first... read

Open source academy: Bootstrapping the next generation of SilverStripe developers

Posted in Open Source, Developers, Company

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by Clarion Coughlan and Elliot Sawyer & Stephen Shkardoon

Posted 28 January 2015

Each year (since 2011), Catalyst runs the Open Source Academy — a two week summer... read

SilverStripe 3.1.9 Security Release

SilverStripe 3.1.9 stable is now available, and all users of 3.1.8 or older are strongly... read

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