Earlier this year, we co-organized a Software Carpentry workshop in the wonderful city of Freiburg, Germany. This article is a retrospective on our first event held as part of our TailorDev Commons initiative.
For this fifth Le lab session, we wanted to build something that was really missing on a daily basis at TailorDev: a backend for Watson, our wonderful CLI to track our time.
When we meet potential customers, we often get asked the same questions like how we work, on which kind of contracts, and how we make money. Today, we unveil two new pages to describe our sales process and answer commonly asked questions.
William was in Lyon (France) for the famous MiXiT conference. He gave a short/random talk about remote work and how we work at TailorDev. This article is a (slightly) enhanced transcript of his presentation.
Partnership is the key to start a business adventure. But in fact, it is extremely tough to find the right person at the right moment and for the right position. In this post, we will humbly list a few key points learnt from past and current entrepreneurial experience.
When we start a new collaboration with a customer, we always start by asking how they test and deploy their software. If it is not automated enough, we tell them that it should be the first thing to do.
We have created a Proof Of Concept (POC) to transform DOS-style C programs into web services for the French National Museum of Natural History. This very first article of our new “Case studies” series explains what we did and why.
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