Slow Down to Go Faster

What many people fail to realize — and what I’ll emphasize in this post — is that the compromises we often make when optimizing for development speed can actually slow us down.

Apply for Our Open Source Fellowship

We're excited to announce that we've partnered with our friends at Hacker Paradise to offer two open source fellowships for their upcoming trips. Spend a month in South America working on open source — expenses paid!

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Why We Chose Turbolinks

We actively chose Turbolinks, installed it, and integrated it in to our application. I think that makes us pretty unique.

We're at All Things Open

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We're excited to be at All Things Open this year in partnership with the organizers of the conference as well as Opensource.com to produce a series of podcasts around this great community.

Introducing Changelog 2.0

I'm excited to finally be able to introduce you to Changelog 2.0! This might seem like a simple visual update, but trust me when I tell you this is literally the biggest launch we’ve ever done.

tl;dr — We launched a new brand and CMS to power the future of our digital media company.

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You Should Come to GopherCon 2016!

 

We're less than 30 days away from the largest event in the world dedicated to the Go programming language. It is literally THE FINAL COUNTDOWN to get your ticket and make your plans to head to GopherCon!

BTW, the link above will get you $100 off your ticket!!

Recent improvements to Changelog Nightly

Since its launch over a year ago (backstory), thousands of developers have enjoyed receiving the day's hottest repos in their inbox each night.

While Nightly provides a ton of value, there are ways (big and small) that it can be improved. Over the past few weeks, we've made a few of those improvements.

Elm, Functional Front-end Development and Why You Should Care

A few months ago I learned of Elm, which claims to be “the best of functional programming in your browser”. After inhaling the documentation and watching a few videos and talks, I started tinkering myself and quickly fell in love with Elm and the feeling it gives me when writing code in it.

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