We were starting up a new company in 2011. We had with very little money and limited business experience. However, we had a good team, a vision and a code. The experts would say that starting up a company based on engineering, with no sales, no marketing and no rich investors equals a suicide. Yet, a decade later, we are still here, more successful than ever. We have built up a sustainable business based on open source. […]
Early summer 2011, ten years ago. We started midPoint project. We were preparing to set up a company to provide funding for midPoint development. We got the name, but there is much more than just a name needed to establish a company. […]
Naming things is hard. It is even harder to find good name for a company, especially if a company is built to last. Such as Evolveum. So, how did our company got its name? This is a story of the name, going back a decade, to early 2011. […]
Hello All! We are two Stanovsky brothers doing Kayak sports. We are training together with our father as a coach. For us it is not just sport but a passion. Canoe Slalom is truly dynamic and attractive sport for spectators. For us it is the most beautiful and challenging one. We love to get in Read more about Defeating Wild Waters With Evolveum: Stanovsky Brothers’ Story[…]
Stay at home they said, it will be fun they said. And they were right! Due to current situation in the world, it is better to self-isolate. Luckily, as the character of our work allows us to do so, the Evolveum team used this opportunity to stay at home. Instead of enjoying friendly atmosphere of Read more about Working remotely at Evolveum: isolate physically, not mentally[…]
Few weeks ago we attended RSA Conference, the biggest cyber security conference in the world. The conference took the whole week starting on Monday February 24th and ending up in the afternoon of February 28th with the great Penn & Teller show. It was exhausting but rich week during which we got a lot of Read more about RSA Conference 2020 and the Human Element[…]
Open source is not a business model. This may sound like a strange statement from a founder of a successful company which is firmly based on open source. But it is true. Open source is not a business model. However, there are many ways how to build a business around open source software. […]
New year is here and with it there is a new energy and new plans. There is a lot that we plan for 2020. This year is going to be exciting.