Can you “own a piece of the cloud” in the same way you can “own a piece of Scotland” after becoming a “friend of Laphroaig”? We cover that and other essential life questions in this lochs-and-highlands themed story.
If you lived in Europe during the Middle Ages, you would have heard of the Ottomans. If you live in the XXI century, you will have heard of Netflix. Now, learn the secret wisdom and lessons in software architecture that connect these two empires.
It was a regular Thursday morning for Roman Khalenkov, chief commercial officer at PortaOne. Roman brewed his coffee and posted a new set of Barcelona street art to his Instagram. He then opened his office email and…
Dual Version allows gradual migration of customer batches to a new release, avoiding the risks of unexpected downtime and impaired user experience. In this story we explain how we launched DV, failed, pivoted, and re-launched it again successfully. We also tell the story of a smart dude who never gives up.
Agile, Scrum, and Kanban were fancy in the 2000s. Today, it seems, everyone in software development either tried them and dropped them or is a staunch devotee. But our experience with Agile in the 2020s is a bit different – and particularly interesting.
After switching to Linux and by mid-2000-s we had sufficient engineering teams to scale installs of our software. We saw building our telco configurator as one of the major essential features to continue growing and stay competitive