Our new initiative, TailorDev Commons, is co-organizing a Software Carpentry workshop with the Freiburg Galaxy Team. This event will be held at the University of Freiburg, in Germany, on March 9th-10th, 2017.
Code reviews are intended to find mistakes overlooked at any time during the development phase of a software in order to improve its quality. This article gives you the keys to start based on how code reviews are done at TailorDev.
Looking back at 2016, we did some things pretty well, we failed on others, and there is still room for improvements on some others. Here are a few points we would like to improve as of today in order to make things better at TailorDev.
At the beginning of 2016, we presented some of our tools and practices to build a fully remote first company. Since we are physically distributed, let’s review how it worked so far, and discuss what could be improved.
In this second article of a two article series, we share the way we write issues, comments, and Pull Requests on GitHub, in order to improve our communication, a key element of any remote-first company like ours.
TailorDev has been officially created on October 2015. Everything has started with a mission, a few wishes and dreams, and a means. Yet, the plan did not come together, and we had to come up with a Plan B to achieve our goals and pursue our mission.
Our beloved Open Source markdown editor Monod reached a huge milestone this week with the release of its version 4! In this article, we present some notable changes as well as a brand new documentation!
In this first article of a two article series, we share the way we manage GitHub issues with labels in order to improve our communication, a key element of any remote-first company like ours.
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