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WriteLaTeX founder Dr John Lees-Miller talks to Imperial's ACM Student Chapter on building a scientific startup
WriteLaTeX John Lees-Miller speaking at Imperial College London

John tells the story behind writeLaTeX, including some of the technical challenges we've faced in bringing (TeX) online and scaling it up to serve over 150,000 users.

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Mendeley integration is here! Import your Mendeley reference library into Overleaf
By John Lees-Miller
Mendeley API add BibTeX support feedback screenshot

It’s here! The feature you've been asking for since we first launched our bibliography manager integration in September. You can now import your reference library directly from Mendeley to Overleaf, to make it easy to manage your references and citations in your projects.

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Speakers announced for OpenCon 2014: London - Nov 26th, Imperial College
By John Hammersley
OpenCon 2014: London banner image

The speakers have now been announced for OpenCon 2014: London! Check out the amazing line up, and we look forward to seeing you there on November 26th.

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WriteLaTeX at Books in Browsers V - San Francisco #bib14
By John Hammersley
WriteLaTeX John Hammersley Collaborative Writing artist impression

What an amazing conference! I've talked about writeLaTeX so often now I usually feel confident and at ease, but the quality of the talks at #bib14 (plus my last minute decision to focus the whole first part around horses) made this one a lot more nerve-wracking! Amazing reaction though - it generated philosophical and technical discussions in equal measure, and I left San Francisco exhausted after the two-day event.

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WriteLaTeX shortlisted as Best Tech in the FutureBook Innovation Awards!
By John Hammersley
WriteLaTeX FutureBook Innovation Awards Shortlist

Wow, we're up for another award!! WriteLaTeX has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Tech Innovation’ category at The Bookseller Future Innovation Awards, alongside Snapplify, ValoBox and many others.

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