In Part 1 of this blog series, we talked about people and digital transformation. In Part 2, let’s explore two more investment priorities of CIO’s in 2019 to learn more about how Allstacks can help you manage each.Read More
Most apps start small.
Small is nice. Small is simple. Remember when your applications were small and nice and simple and… manageable?Read More
From the beginning, one of our core values for the Allstacks’ user experience was that we didn’t want to force our customers to configure every process flow and set every threshold for the data we ingest.Read More
How often should you commit?
I found this is a question that comes up a lot when talking about how to understand development. It’s one of the base actions of software development, like clicking save on your Word doc, and, just like your Word doc, people have different behaviors around how often they save their work.Read More
The single most talked about developer metric is Lines of Code. It’s been used since the early days of COBOL, and is still talked about today, though, almost always with a disparaging tone. It helps to understand a bit of history when talking about this age old metric and why it has a bad reputation.Read More
It’s inevitable. People get behind.
As an engineering manager, one of your key jobs is making sure that the development pipeline is flowing smoothly. However, it’s not always easy to see when it’s not.Read More