Cloudflare London Meetup Recap

Published on by Junade Ali.

Cloudflare helps make over 6 million websites faster and more secure. In doing so, Cloudflare has a vast and diverse community of users throughout the world. Whether discussing Cloudflare on social media, browsing our community forums or following Pull Requests on our open-source projects; there is no shortage of lively

CloudFlare Meetups: Set your mind on fire.

Published on by Nick Sullivan.

Education, expertise, and community: these themes define Meetups at CloudFlare. Meetups in our office bring together industry leaders, academics, and field experts to examine topics ranging from the Go programming language, to databases, to cryptography, and more. We’re creating a space for people interested in learning about, and

Ian Pye Presents SortaSQL @ the CloudFlare Loft

Published on by Kristin Tarr.

Last night CloudFlare hosted a Hybrid DB meetup where Ian Pye, our lead Analytics Engineer, presented on the data infrastructure at CloudFlare. He discussed how CloudFlare looked at several NoSQL and SQL solutions and ended up with a hybrid model, SortaSQL. Reviews from attendees: "mindblowing, actually" and "

Startups Meet-up for Lunch at CloudFlare

Published on by Kristin Tarr.

On April 7, A Scrappy Startup Forum held their monthly lunch at the CloudFlare loft. More than 60 people showed up for the event. Startups like Reddit, Dishcrawl, Tapviva, Redbeacon and SpotSift exchanged ideas over some cheesy Toasty Melts and pork sliders from Good Foods Catering. It was a great

Meet-up With CloudFlare

Published on by Kristin Tarr.

CloudFlare has such a vibrant community, so we thought, why not bring them all together? Over the next several weeks, we are bringing together fantastic groups for a series of meetups. We will host many here in the CloudFlare office, as well as one in Boston. On Wednesday, April 6,