Battlehack NYC was our one and only US-based event in the series this year and we were extremely thrilled to meet the amazing talented hackers of the Big Apple. And as usual with Battlehack, all our expectations were exceeded! Jamie and I spent a wonderful weekend in a stunning city. We made new friends, munched […]

Last week we headed over to Cardiff to attend and support our first DjangoCon Europe. Although the Welsh capital met us with stormy showers and blustery winds, the Django community proved to be warm and very welcoming. In this post I’m going to cover DjangoCon EU’s efforts around social responsibility and report on the talks […]

Last week we were lucky enough to find ourselves in beautiful Oxford for Smashing Conference 2015. The event was held in the historical Oxford Town Hall. A very cool international crowd and excellent speakers lineup made this event rather outstanding, not to mention the venue, which was an eye-feast on its own; and to top […]

Are you the ultimate hacker for good? We are beyond excited to announce that this year Pusher is a global BattleHack partner along with Twitter, Sendgrid, Twilio and others. If you haven’t yet heard, BattleHack is a series of global hackathons organised by PayPal. From Tokyo to Athens, London to Berlin, the best of the […]

We recently took part in the Developer Week Accelerate Hackthon, the event that brands itself as the nation’s largest challenge-driven hackathon. It truly was a big one – the biggest hackathon we’ve ever been a part of with over 450 hackers. What made it special, was the diversity of participants – a really great mix […]

Last week ExCel London was hosting NDC London 2014, a conference for programmers, software architects, PMs and IT executives. Hundreds of developers came along from all over Europe to see fantastic speakers and to mingle and share ideas with fellow developers. We headed East as well. The variety of themes and subjects discussed was pretty […]

And we’re off to Toronto.. A couple of weeks ago we set off on a trip to Toronto as proud sponsors of the first ever Full Stack Toronto conference. Organised by Full Stack Toronto the conference was held at the Ryerson Engineering Building. The first event of its kind in North America, Full Stack Toronto […]


November’s looking busy for Pusher this year. Business of APIs We’ll be kicking the month off with the Business of APIs London – a one-day exploration of how successful companies have extended their overall business models via effective API business strategy. The event will take place on the 6th of November and we’re looking forward […]


We are extremely excited to be getting involved in a variety of events around the Globe this October. Facebook, Moscow Kicking off with our 3rd Facebook Hackathon this season, we travelled to Moscow, Russian Federation on the 1st. ChicagoWebConf A few days later we’ll be off to Chicago for the Chicago Web Conf, where Phil […]

booking-management software

DigitalBooker is a web-based  Bookings Management system, designed with customers in mind. From managing bookings for bowling lanes to organising time for Zumba classes, each system is built to fully suit its main purpose.  Fredrik Rönnlund tells us how Pusher technology is integrated into the application to avoid frustration and improve customer service. What does DigitalBooker […]

cliniko Practice managemet

Cliniko use Pusher for their web-based practice management system. Founder Joel Friedlaender explains how realtime functionality allows users to see calendar updates live, and how they use Pusher for announcing a patient’s arrival in a waiting room. What does your app do, and what problems does it solve for your users? Our app is a […]


Scout monitors your server and application infrastructure and alerts you when something goes wrong. Scout’s plugin system provides metrics for Rails applications, Apache, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcached, and more. Pusher powers Scout’s real-time charts, providing live metrics from any number of your servers. We’ve chatted with founder Andre Lewis, who told us a bit more […]