Integrating the SWR library with a type-safe API client
Once API responses in our app are loaded into the cache, we don’t need to wait to refetch them if another page needs them.
incident.io: A scalable incident management solution built for enterprises
With incident.io, enterprise businesses have an incident management solution that can navigate their complex needs and improve their response processes.
Why you need an internal status page
Status pages are commonplace for companies to communicate externally to customers. But how do internal stakeholders get internal-only information: internal status pages!
We used GPT-4 during a hackathon—here's what we learned
We learned a lot about using OpenAI and which things to keep an eye on to decide when it’s worth revisiting.
How we leverage our Product Responder role to push our pace of development
At incident.io, Product Responder function plays a pivotal role in our ability to maintain a steady pace of development. Here, I'll highlight what the role is responsible for and explain how it makes us a better team.
How our engineering team uses Polish Parties to maintain quality at pace
In a fast-moving company, quality cannot be delegated to a few individuals—it has to be a shared responsibility. One tool that helps us maintain our quality of work is Polish Parties. Here's how we run these crucial feedback sessions.
What is Site Reliability Engineering? Understanding the complexities of this crucial function
Site reliability engineers are responsible for quite a bit, but one thing is clear—their role is critical. In this article, we break down everything you need to know about SREs and what they focus on.
How we achieved pixel-perfect polish during our Status Pages launch
When we launched Status Pages, we wanted to challenge industry norms and push our design polish to new levels. As an engineering team, here's how we worked with our design team to make this happen.
Barcelona 2023 Company Offsite Recap
Last month, the team gathered for our second company offsite in sunny, oceanside Barcelona. Here's how it went.
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