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Happy Friday everyone! As we head into the Thanksgiving weekend, there are many things we have to be thankful for this year. Friends, family and endless pounds of turkey are probably high on the list, but there are other, more nuanced things we have to be thankful for too.
For many video gamers, victory is achieved by defeating a level boss, beating an online opponent or finishing a game in its entirety. In short, it’s usually a quest that begins and ends with the gamer and his or her console.
Ladies, Rackspace is recruiting at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference Oct. 14-16 in Houston. Skip the line at the career fair and pre-register to meet with the Rackspace team, or come visit us at the Rackspace booth, #1001.
It was Old Home Week at Rackspace’s Customer Experience Center last week as former U.S. Naval War College buddies reconnected and sought ways their respective organizations could work together.
The company I call my own, the one I’ve grown up in, the place I’ve been able to fail, iterate and progress as a leader has finally put down roots in New York City.
Happy Friday, everyone. This week the Download highlights two incredible events held here at Rackspace HQ. We hosted an incredible Women in Leadership Summit on Wednesday, then turned around and celebrated the opening of the OpenStack Innovation Center, a partnership among Intel, Rackspace and the University of Texas at San Antonio the very next day.
We’re excited to announce that for the third year running, Rackspace has been named among the top 50 places to work in Australia by Business Review Weekly magazine, placing 12th in 2015 for companies under 100 employees.
This off season, the San Antonio Spurs landed the biggest free agent on the market, LaMarcus Aldridge. It was unexpected for such a “small-market” team to attract such a big-name talent like Aldridge — all the previous superstars, like David Robinson and Tim Duncan, were acquired by the Spurs in the draft.
If you’re curious how a Windows developer would go about starting an open source project, you aren’t alone. Our most recent Office Hours Hangout guest, Don Schecnk, found himself ready to start an open source project, but didn’t know where to start.
Happy Friday, everyone. It’s time for another edition of the Download, where we share some of the tech stories that caught our attention in the past week.
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