March 2017

DC CTO Club #3: continuous integration with 50+ deploys per day

DC CTO Club #3: continuous integration with 50+ deploys per day

Continuous deployment and continuous integration are parts of the modern-day mantra for tech startups. So how frequently do you deploy? How about 50+ times a day? Does this seem like a tempo that you can keep up with while maintaining your sanity?

During the third meeting of the DC CTO Club, we’ve got an exhaustive answer to this question. Our presenter Doug Ramsay shared with us the lessons learned from being the Director of Engineering at LivingSocial. He discussed how his team was able to push changes to production almost instantly and how they built a culture of high-quality engineering.

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AgileEngine will build a React Native app for an agricultural startup

AgileEngine will build a React Native app for an agricultural startup

There’s a place for cutting-edge software in every niche, and our new client is a living proof of this maxim.

So far, we’ve built software solutions for multiple large publishers, food delivery chains, transportation networks, and a good dozen of other projects. This will be the first time, however, that we will be working for an agricultural startup.

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AgileEngine will build software for a toy subscription service

AgileEngine will build software for a toy subscription service

Making the world a happier place — one happy kid at a time. Thanks to our new client, this will be the new motto of our PHP tech lead.

Not long ago, AgileEngine started working for amazing startup with a subscription service targeted at children (and their parents). Our new client curates toys and games and offers them as affordable monthly bundles to subscribers.

Our client’s goal is to bring the power of sharing economy into the world of toys and games. The startup offers parents an easy, affordable way of finding high-quality toys for their children. Besides, it encourages a larger community of users to donate toys to underprivileged children, which is really cool.

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