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Chris Wolfgang

An Inside Look with Codeship: Brian Sierakowski, CEO of TeamPassword

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Reading Time: 11 minutesBrian Sierakowski is the CEO of TeamPassword, a password management and sharing platform for businesses. This week, we had the chance to sit down with Brian to talk about roadblocks in a security-based business, the importance of a clear job description, and why you should try to be a CTO first if you want to […]

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An Inside Look with Codeship: Jessica Suttles, CTO of Vektra

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Reading Time: 9 minutesJessica Suttles is the CTO of Vektra, the company behind Current, a log management SaaS. This week, we had the chance to sit down with Jessica to talk about pivoting, why Ember is awesome, and how success is a minimum viable product. An Inside Look with Codeship is a regular series providing an insider’s perspective […]

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How Sears Home Services Improves Its Workflow with Codeship

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Reading Time: 5 minutesAs a director of engineering with Sears Home Services, Ward Vuillemot is part of a Seattle-based team of about a dozen developers. While the company itself is focused on in-home repair and installation nationwide, Vuillemot’s toolkit involves a mostly Ruby on Rails stack with some Java thrown in. “We’ll use whatever languages and services make […]

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io.js voted to join the Node.js Foundation

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Reading Time: 1 minuteThe technical committee in charge of the io.js group voted today to join the [Node.js Foundation][1], according to [VentureBeat][2].

When the Node.js Foundation launched earlier this year as a method for overseeing the development of the Node.js project, the Io.js group didn’t join immediately. Kind of a big deal when a number of significant Node contributors are a part of Io.js. Today’s vote means that Node.js and Io.js projects will eventually merge, with all subsequent releases being called “node.”

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