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SilverStripe Platform accepted into UK Government cloud services programme

SilverStripe Platform has been accepted into G-Cloud digital marketplace to be used by organisations across the UK public sector. This unlocks opportunities for UK digital agencies using SilverStripe open source software.

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Taking our passions offline

Earlier this month, a group of eight keen SilverStripers and their families did something different...well,... read


A sneak peek of SilverStripe 4 at the London Meetup

A great time was had by all at the London July meetup, despite being postponed... read

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Road Rules: Why we choose process over pressure

Our CTO Hamish Friedlander shares an insight into our internal deployment guidelines and how they've shaped... read

Best Practices

Within Region: How this website will offer targeted content

Last week saw the relaunch of, the once beleaguered face of our commercial services. read

Best Practices

Cupcakes vs Gateaux: How Scrum Helped Christchurch City Council Deliver

Christchurch City Council recently launched their new website built on the NZ Government Common Web... read

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Nginx for fun and performance

Are you already using nginx ("engine-x")? If the answer is no, why not?! read

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Site downtime scheduled ahead of upgrade

In September last year we launched our new community site with an updated design and... read

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Battleship Minecraft! Fun and games at the Dutch PHP Conference

Last week the SilverStripe team headed to the Dutch PHP Conference. Sponsoring meant were able to... read

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Reducing user management headaches with new Active Directory integration

For the New Zealand Government Common Web Platform we needed a way for government agencies... read


What it's like to intern at SilverStripe

Taking part in the Summer of Tech (SoT) was an unexpected road of learning and... read

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Transforming SilverStripe's accounts through Agile

So how do you become Agile when it comes to accounts? Day to day, week... read

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SilverStripe 3.2 beta now available

Posted in Software

Tagged Beta, Minor release, UX, cms, ORM

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by Chris Pitt & Cam Findlay

Posted 23 June 2015

Announcing... read

News and Events

A 5 minute UX history of SilverStripe CMS

The last SilverStripe Wellington Meetup had a focus on UX and open source projects. read

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Where are all the open source designers?

I was pleased SilverStripe hosted a Design and UX focused Meetup, it covered lots of... read

News and Events

SilverStripe London's first monthly meetup - June 2015

The London SilverStripe community had their first monthly meetup on 11 June. read

Throw me a drone, here: How do I win this code competition?

Throw me a drone, here: How do I win this code competition?

Last week, we announced the launch of our code competition. read

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Phone

Operations. read

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Helping great web teams across the globe

For digital agencies, for developers, and for the open source community, SilverStripe is now based... read

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Today we are excited to announce… SilverStripe #codecomp

UncleCheese and I were looking over the website recently when we came across the example block... read

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Our first-ever #localgov Hack ‘n Mash

Guest post from Jason Dawson of ALGIM talks about the first SilverStripe sponsored "Hack n'... read


Agile Operations at SilverStripe - Why we needed to change

Posted in Company

Tagged Agile, ops, devops

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Katie Bastings Lovett

by Katie Bastings Lovett and Katie Bastings Lovett

Posted 21 May 2015

Operations by nature is chaotic. It’s unpredictable, pressure-filled and noisy. read