The recent news about Microsoft acquiring GitHub for $7.5 billion has resulted in quite some dismay on the software developers’ side. Although it’s not likely that GitHub will suffer the same fate as Skype, which is borderline unusable these days, a lot of people seem to have migrated, or at least backed up their data […]
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Editor’s note: this is a guest post from Johannes Reck, CEO of Berlin-based GetYourGuide, which provides an online platform for discovering and booking attractions & activities. It’s an election year here in Germany, but you’d be forgiven if you hadn’t heard. The campaigns were barely differentiated and in a time of national populism, it seemed […]
There’s simply no other event in Europe where developers, sys admins, architects and all levels of technical talent gather together under one roof for education, collaboration and problem-solving to further the Linux platform. LinuxCon + ContainerCon features 185+ sessions for developers, operators, users and other open source professionals with a range of content covering Linux, […]
Making unreliable file uploads a thing of the past. That’s the goal for the ‘tus’ open source protocol, developed by Berlin-based Transloadit. And Vimeo, one of the largest video sharing sites on the Web, is on board.
Welcome back to our Tech.eu Startup Spotlight series, where we feature interesting but mostly below-the-radar European startups. Today: Käuferportal.
Berlin-based startup KIWI wants to replace your keyring with nifty wireless technology. It has already scored funding, partnerships and customers – Jonathan Keane explores what comes next.