You will not learn how to handle 20 million users at any college and few developers have the opportunity to do so. For SofaScore's CTO Josip Stuhli, who does just that every day, the first and biggest challenge was optimizing their own "machinery" to work better than Amazon's cloud.
Jon Froda, co-founder at Podio, will hold a presentation at B4CLOUD conference that takes place in Zagreb, Croatia. His company is one of the largest online business solutions in the world and it was acquired by Citrix a year ago. He will talk about the secret to Podio’s success, so we interviewed him on that topic, Podio in general as well as growing a business.
Structure:Europe is an event where Europe’s leading cloud visionaries convene to analyze technology and product needs for cloud services in Europe that will be held in London, on September 18 and 19. 60 of the top global IT practitioners and vendors with experience adopting business processes and implementing successful cloud infrastructures will tell us what’s next for the cloud in Europe.
Split-based CodeAnywhere just confirmed to Netocratic that they have reached over 100,000 users of their cloud coding editor available as a web, iOS and Android application. CodeAnywhere co-founder Ivan Burazin confirmed the user number as well as made a point of CodeAnywhere being the only multiplatform code editor in the 'cloud' available in the world.
Shift in Croatia attracted thousands of developers and thus made its way to the very top of developer conferences in Europe. Now they are ready to cross the borders of Croatia and come to the USA. Applications for Shift Miami are starting soon!