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Building a React Native CLI: a Developer Interview with Infinite Red Ignite

In the Developer Interview series, we talk to engineers who use Semaphore. We pick their brains about how they work, what wisdom they would like to pass on, and the most challenging problems they’ve faced during development. This time around, we had the pleasure to talk to Gant Laborde, a member of the Ignite team and chief technology strategist for the San Francisco company Infinite Red.

Our 2018 Internal Hackathon: Things Built and Problems Solved

Just like last year, the team behind Semaphore took 2 days off from our usual jobs and went on to work on the things that excite us, but are not part of our day-to-day work. Read on to find out about the things we’ve built and problems solved over these two days.

How par8o Sped up Rails CI Builds 8x with Semaphore Boosters

This is a guest post by Kendal Miller, Senior Engineer at par8o. Read it to discover how par8o reduced build time from over 2 hours to 13 minutes with Semaphore Boosters, fully automated parallel CI for Rails. par8o is a platform designed for healthcare teams to coordinate, communicate, and close the loop on patient referrals – for better relationships with providers and patients. par8o also offers a chat platform to…

Building a Container Engine: a Developer Interview with rkt

In the Developer Interview series, we talk to engineers who use Semaphore. We pick their brains about how they work, what wisdom they would like to pass on, and the most challenging problems they’ve faced during development. This time around, we had the pleasure to talk to Alban Crequy, a member of the team working on the rkt container engine and the co-founder and CTO at Kinvolk GmbH.

Building Open Source Solutions for Microservices: Meet Emile Vauge of Traefik

In the Developer Interview series we talk to engineers who use Semaphore and pick their brains about how they work, what wisdom they would like to pass on, and the most challenging problems they’ve faced during developing. This time, we spoke to Emile Vauge, the creator of an open source project, Traefik.

Working Away — Semaphore Team at Mokrin House

Since the Rendered Text team working on Semaphore is constantly growing, this month we spent two days at Mokrin House to get the entire team together and get to know each other better. We decided to spend half of our time working, and the other half on teambuilding activities, walking, biking, or whatever we felt like doing at the time.