Engineering

Building great developer experience at a startup

We’ve invested in our developer experience to help our team ship great a product at pace.

Lisa Karlin Curtis
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Lisa Karlin Curtis

8 min read
Engineering

Building Workflows, Part 1 — Core concepts and the Workflow Builder

Part one of a deep-dive into building our workflow engine, covering core workflow concepts and how they are used to power the Workflow Builder.

Lawrence Jones
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Lawrence Jones

20 min read
Engineering

Building Workflows, Part 2 – the executor and evaluation

Part two of the series lookin at the workflow executor, and concluding with an evaluation of the project in terms of developer time, extensibility, and quality of outcome.

Lawrence Jones
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Lawrence Jones

21 min read
Engineering

Updating our data stack

How we’ve updated our data stack since it was first built in January.

Jack Cook
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Jack Cook

13 min read
Scrabble of Own Your Errors
Engineering

Making Go errors play nice with Sentry

Getting Go errors to work well with Sentry is hard. This post explains how we got them playing nicely by deduping stacktraces.

Lawrence Jones
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Lawrence Jones

8 min read
Overview of the data architecture
Engineering

A modern data stack for startups

Data should be a commodity, and accessible to everyone in a company. We've picked a data stack for tools that make this possible- here's what we use, how it's configured, and why we picked it.

Lawrence Jones
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Lawrence Jones

17 min read
Golang tests using the mocked Slack client
Engineering

Using context.Context to mock API clients

We've found a pattern to mock external client libraries while keeping code simple, reducing the number of injection spots and ensuring all the code down a callstack uses the same mock client.

Lawrence Jones
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Lawrence Jones

7 min read
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Engineering

Breaking down complex projects into smaller, shippable increments

Mitigate the risks of delivering a complex project by shipping small pieces along the way.

Lisa Karlin Curtis
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Lisa Karlin Curtis

6 min read
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Engineering

Building safe-by-default tools in our Go web application

Moving fast and breaking things is all well and good, but keeping our customer data safe isn't something we can compromise on. Find out how we do it!

Lisa Karlin Curtis
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Lisa Karlin Curtis

6 min read

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