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Wuthering Bytes is back!

Bytemark are proud to return as silver sponsors of  Wuthering Bytes With a a stellar line-up in anticipation of its fifth-year anniversary, this ten-day technology festival returns to Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire on September 1, 2017. Kicking off with its annual Festival Day, this year Wuthering Bytes will feature talks on a diverse range of topics, themed around […]

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What is it like to go to a Django Girls Workshop?

A bit of background information For those who have not come across Django Girls before, it is a non-profit organisation and community that empowers women to organise free, one-day programming/coding workshops by providing tools, resources and support. During each of their events across the world, 30-60 women build their first web application using HTML, CSS, Python […]

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Gold sponsors of Code Mesh

I’m proud to announce that Bytemark are gold sponsors of Code Mesh, the Alternative Programming Conference, which promotes unusual and novel programming practice. The theme is “the right tool for the job”, and the 2-day programme is absolutely full of founders, technologists and outright legends. A personal hilight is Sophie Wilson – the woman who […]

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We’re sponsoring TestBash Manchester

We’re pleased to be sponsoring TestBash Manchester — an awesomely jam-packed conference for software testers taking place October 21st. TestBash is organised by the Ministry Of Testing, a young & ambitious company aiming to unite software testers across the world. They are helping testers build up their craft and careers. MoT has numerous initiatives to help it achieve its […]

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We’re supporting Ubuntu MATE

I’m happy to announce that Bytemark is supporting the Ubuntu MATE operating system project, which is based on a traditional computer desktop. We’re providing hosting for its community forums & wiki and bandwidth for its very popular Raspberry Pi distribution. The MATE project’s admirable goal is “to add support for new technologies while preserving a classic desktop experience”. […]

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