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In my third year of running Rosetta Stone as CEO, I opened the book Blue Ocean Strategy, and it was a pivotal moment.
Inspectocat, courtesy of GitHub At Pedago, we follow the GitHub Flow model of software development. Changes to our app are made in feature branches, which are discussed, tested, code reviewed, and merged into master before deploying to staging and production. This approach has become pretty common, and in most cases does a good job of … Continue reading “Git Bisect Debugging with Feature Branches”
Here at Pedago, we take a hard look at the performance of our applications so that our users don’t have to experience any troublesome hiccups (or “jank”) that might otherwise sour a sweet learning experience. While “performance” can cover a wide array of metrics, we tend to be extremely critical of browser overhead (script execution, … Continue reading “text-transform: An Unlikely Source of Jank”
I’ve been using Angular every day for over a year, but have always been too intimidated by this error message—and the crazy list of information that comes along with it—to really dig into it and find out how to use it to my advantage. Building a new product at Pedago, I see this error happen … Continue reading “How do I read the AngularJS message: [$rootScope:infdig] 10 $digest() iterations reached. Aborting! Watchers fired in the last 5 iterations”
Geographically distributed teams can work. How? In my experience, there are five key principles that make all the difference.