We attended Mälardalens högskola’s biggest annual initiative where students and future employers get an opportunity to meet. After all, with more than 13,000 students — and a computer engineer programme — we’re bound to meet some future colleagues, right?
Another neat feature to the Pingdom uptime monitoring service added: You can now choose from which location, or locations, you want to monitor your check.
The rate of employment will definitely not slow down so we made a film about what it’s like working at Pingdom. Here you’ll see what’s been going on behind the scenes.
A few weeks ago, nine of us got on a plane and travelled to California. We attended the always awesome Velocity Conference in the heart of Silicon Valley.
We are very happy to announce that as of August 4 we are implementing gzip compression in our HTTP and HTTPS checks.
An amazing second day at Velocity Conference in Santa Clara, California. We asked some of the attendees about what they hoped to learn at the conference, and what they found most interesting.
We asked attendees at the Velocity Conference in Santa Clara “What did you most enjoy about day 1?”. Here’s a recap of the first day in just 2 minutes.
We can’t wait to show you all the ideas we have for taking monitoring to the next level. This means not only continuing to scale the service, but also expanding our product portfolio.
A few of us at Pingdom will be heading to Santa Clara, California, in June to attend the annual Velocity Conference between June 24-26. The speaker lineup looks amazing and we really can’t wait to go.
Since launching we have been really busy listening to the feedback from our customers. And in retrospect we could have done some things better, and we are sorry for the sudden and big change this has been for you.