Set up Continuous Deployment to Modulus for your Node.js applications with Codeship Update: We have created two detailed step-by-step guides with video tutorials to make setup even easier. Check them out here: Continuous Deployment for node.js apps from GitHub to Modulus Continuous Deployment for node.js apps from Bitbucket to Modulus Today we’re announcing another Codeship […]Continue Reading
This is a guest blog post by Lance Ennen, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Big Astronaut.
Effective business communication heightens productivity. An important step in increasing communication and decreasing inefficiencies is to eliminate assumptions. A teacher of mine once told the class to never ASSUME. When you assume, you make an ass out of u and me.
Every entity, which has a hierarchy of employees, managers, presidents, etc, etc. is in danger of experiencing this assumption parody if the rules of the game, and more precisely, the rules of detailed tasks are left for interpretation.Continue Reading
Have you ever sat through a presentation where it felt like the presenter put the documentation of a tool on the slides? Not really the most thrilling way to spend an hour. Have you ever given a presentation where you had the feeling people didn’t really listen that well and started to drift away from […]Continue Reading
At Codeship we care deeply about your productivity. Your Continuous Integration (CI), local and production environment are not the same. They have different locale settings and sometimes even run another operating system. With various environments, it happens that your code behaves differently on each platform. Some of your builds might fail on the Codeship but […]Continue Reading
After publishing Ben’s blog post about “Memory Monitoring with LXC” we realized there is a lot of interest in articles about Monitoring. I got in touch with Jehiah Czebotar, Head of Engineering at bitly, and asked him if we could republish his blog post about things bitly forgot to monitor. Jehiah originally published his blog […]Continue Reading
When developing a new product and finding that product market fit every team needs to move fast. Especially startups, as the whole future of the company is dependent on quickly finding the people who pay for your product. Amazon Web Services has been an incredible tool for startups and other teams to build their application […]Continue Reading