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Sponsoring the Automotive Linux Summit in Tokyo

PANTHEON.tech is proud to announce that we’ve become a Silver Sponsor of the Automotive Linux Summit, which will be taking place at Tokyo Conference Center Ariake from May 31 till June 2, 2017. In practice, this means more visibility for our brand plus a lot of networking potential. Which equals great potential for meeting new […]

PANTHEON.tech @ PyCon 2017 in Bratislava

The PyConSK 2017 conference took place at Slovak University of Technology’s Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies in Bratislava over the weekend from March 10th to 12th. First day & its challenges The first day, the Slovak Day took place. The presentations in the large auditorium were focused not only on Python, but also on […]

We believe in women in IT

The biggest Python conference in Slovakia, Pycon 2017, is being held during the weekend of March 10 – 12, 2017. We have decided to grant sponsorship to a one-day workshop called Django Girls. The project believes in women’s potential in IT and since the co-owner of Pantheon Technologies, Janka Švorcová, is a woman, we considered […]

Your Time is Now

12,000 registered visitors at place – 14,000 connected devices – 25,000 registered online visitors – 29,374,360 words presented in sessions – 67,000 meals packed for Rise Against Hunger (17,000 more than planned!) – 2,713 customer and partner meetings in the Meeting Village – 31,000,000 people have seen the CLEUR (Cisco Live Europe) content – This […]

PANTHEON.tech @ OPNFV Fast Data Stack – FOSDEM 2017

On February 5th, we were present at the OPNFV Fast Data Stack on FOSDEM conference that is hosted every year at Brussels’ Université libre de Bruxelles. It was a great gathering of software developers who presented their work in the form of 30-minute presentation. People came not just from Europe, but also oversees and other […]

OpenDaylight RPC & implementation

What Could Possibly Go Wrong With Adding This One Cool Feature OpenDaylight uses YANG as its Interface Definition Language. This is an architecture decision we have made way back in 2013 and it works reasonably well for the most part. One of YANG concepts, used rather heavily, is the use of RPC. For YANG and […]

ngPoland and beyond

In late November 2016 we visited one of the world’s biggest Angular conferences – ngPoland. Just two months before, Angular2 had been released, so all the sessions were more or less discussing it. The first session was focused at Angular CLI. Tracy Lee showed us how to make a simple application and put it into […]

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