Moving the Needle: The Year for Women in Tech

Moving the Needle: The Year for Women in Tech

by InRhythm | January 18, 2019 | 0

The year after the birth of the #MeToo moment was a big one for women in STEM fields, and as we make our way into 2019 the new year presents new challenges and new opportunities to make the tech field more accessible and welcoming for women all over the world. The Women in Tech group […]

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5 Toxic Pull Request Reviewer Personas

by Brian Olore | January 16, 2019 | 0

Pull Request (PR) reviews are a critical aspect of collective code ownership. PR reviews reveal to your coworkers, your problem solving methods, thought process and coding style. Pull Requests also give your teammates insight into the problem you’ve been tackling and potentially visibility into a part of the code they are not familiar with. Making […]

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How to Comment on a Pull Request

by Brian Olore | January 15, 2019 | 0

Since Pull Requests are so important, and it’s easy to make unhelpful comments, how do you make a good Pull Request comment and what does one look like? It’s important to remember that as a reviewer, you are in a position of power. Usually that means the power to accept or decline the Pull Request. The requester […]

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How to Write a Good Pull Request

by Brian Olore | January 15, 2019 | 0

Pull Requests are the backbone of open source software development. They allow contributions by anyone, from anywhere. PRs are also a vital form of communication, even within a localized development team working on proprietary software. What makes a good Pull Request? Let’s break it down into 4 rules of thumb: 1. Provide context 2. Make […]

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Automation—It Just Works 🔁: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | December 5, 2018 | 0

When you pull that phone out of your pocket and open an app InRhythm designers and engineers have built, you’ll like it or love it, but you might not think about the thousands of hours of work that went into it. Like other major engineering and design companies, InRhythm is constantly refining its processes and […]

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Building Command-line Tools: Bash Edition

by Bryan Riley | December 3, 2018 | 0

Bash is my go-to language for building quick command-line tools, but it is also amazing at building extendable tools for wrapping software. A command-line tool with fully documented tags can make your software/code more user-friendly, and that gets your repo cloned. It’s no coincidence that Bash was one of the languages I listed in my […]

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