6 months of Nextcloud

Last Friday was the 6 month anniversary of Nextcloud, a good opportunity to look back and reflect on what we have achieved since we started. I also have some interesting news to share, including that Nextcloud GmbH is a profitable company already! Half a year ago a most of the ownCloud engineering team including myself […]

Screen-saver rant

Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 in KDE, other, ownCloud, private | 13 Comments

I’m an old guy who is in IT for a long long time. The reason why I love computer and information technology is the constant change, improvements, new technologies, business models, companies, products, use cases appear, have their golden age and disappear again. I love this reinvention and questioning of the past. This is what […]

Scaling

Posted by on Mar 25, 2015 in other, ownCloud | 3 Comments

I’ve visited both FOSDEM and SCALE over the last weeks, where spoke with dozens of people and gave talks about ownCloud 8. We’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback on the work we’re doing in ownCloud (thanks!) and that has been very motivating. Does it scale? A question which comes up frequently is: “What […]

A possible future for PHP

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in KDE, other, ownCloud | 67 Comments

ownCloud is one of the biggest open source project written in PHP if you look into the latest statistics. It is used for the server part of ownCloudas most of you know. We use other technologies like C++ and Qt for the Desktop Clients, Java for the Android app and Objective-C for iOS, JavaScript for […]