LShift awarded Technology Strategy Board funding for Progressive Publishing System

LShift is proud to announce that a significant grant from the Technology Strategy Board has been awarded for the design and development of the Progressive Publishing System (PPS).

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SpringSource / VMWare Acquire Rabbit Technologies

SpringSource, a division of VMware, Inc. today announced the acquisition by VMware of Rabbit Technologies, Ltd.

LShift at QCon 2010

We are pleased to be attending QCon (Conference for the Enterprise Software Development Community) in London from 10 - 12 March.

Silicon Roundabout

Wired have been updating their map of Silicon Roundabout. Find us and our friends and neighbours.

We are still recruiting

LShift is looking for senior developers. If you want to join one of the most skilled and interesting technical teams around, how about submitting a CV and some code samples?

Meet RabbitMQ and LShift at QCon

We are pleased to be attending QCon (Conference for the Enterprise Software Development Community) in London from 11 - 13 March to showcase RabbitMQ for the second time.

RabbitMQ at Google Tech Talk

Matthias Radestock (LShift TD), Tony Garnock-Jones (LShift Senior Developer) and Alexis Richardson (CohesiveFT CEO) spoke at the Google London meeting.

TravelDK Wins ‘Best Use of Technology’ Award

The Dorling Kindersley TravelDK site won the 'Best Use of Technology' award at the 2008 Travolution awards.

We Want to Recruit You

LShift need to recruit a number of senior developers. If you want to join one of the most skilled and interesting technical teams around, how about submitting a CV and some code samples?

Intel Low Latency Labs Tests RabbitMQ

Intel Low Latency Labs this week announced the results of tests they performed on a messaging system built on the RabbitMQ implementation of AMQP, built by LShift and partners CohesiveFT, on Intel hardware running CohesiveFT's Elastic Servers. This configuration achieved a throughput of 1.3 million messages a second.