How to unlock your system’s scalability and maintainability for the demands of modern age business.
Or how to tidy up your system’s domains, so that you get a supergraph schema design for free.
Announcing our official partnership with Apollo GraphQL to help companies scale their supergraphs.
Or how to pitch GraphQL adoption to your leaders whether they are developers or not.
An interview with Apollo CEO, Geoff Schmidt, diving deeper into the origins of the supergraph.
Or what I learned from the Humans in the Graph roundtable at the GraphQL Summit.
Tracing back the origins of the Apollo GraphQL platform from an insider’s view to uncover a broader perspective on what’s to come.
Or why non-developers should care about good software design, even if they can’t see it.
How to sky-rocket your marketing through custom software.
Notes on the importance of a flexible technical architecture and its relation to organizational structure in modern-day business.
While you definitely don’t want to reinvent the wheel by investing into custom software to replace robust SaaS alternatives, there are times when building your own solution is the way to go.
Or how to create a visual that allows you to see the work in progress and risks of a complex system in a single glance.
Pointers on how to make your test automation strategy the best it can be.
Is it possible to create a content management strategy that scales across distributed development teams without compromising quality and speed? Yes. We show you how we did it with Contentful
An exploration into how Storybook-based design systems can be used to distribute component code.
Why you need real-time end-to-end test automation, and advice for the best products to create it.
How to tell if you’re applying quality backwards, and steps you can take to move forward and do quality, faster.
The Zero-Bug Policy is not a myth — it is the answer. And it can work for your team, today.
Trying to fight bugs is exhausting and frustrating. But if we study their nature, we can understand which preventative measures will be most effective in saving us from the pain.
Quality is one of the greatest things in life, but it’s ephemeral and hard to define. In a similar way to how “acts of love” make better people, quality functions make better products.
We have an industry-wide blindspot for the most important metric in software, and now is the time to change that.