Disaster Recovery for Your Code

Published 15 April 2014 by Runako Godfrey

Business continuity planning sucks. You have to think of all the things that can go wrong that can interrupt your business and then design strategies to mitigate them in advance. It's a lot of important work, and if you're  lucky, it will be mostly wasted effort.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery

Revision Control and Agility - A View From Operations

Published 14 April 2014 by C. G. Brown

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Topics: Software Development, Git, DevOps

OpenSSL Heartbleed - What We're Doing About It

Published 08 April 2014 by C. G. Brown

A few customers have written in expressing concerns about the massive OpenSSL vulnerability nicknamed "Heartbleed". We figured it would be best to notify you what we're doing about it rather than have you worry.

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Topics: Security

Cancellation Catchup: What Went Right and Wrong

Published 03 April 2014 by C. G. Brown

We recently notified a number of customers about suspension for non-payment. This isn't a big deal to us; cards expire, customers forget to update, it happens.  However, the reason for the mails, and the outcome of the process, was a story that we thought might be useful to other startups, and also a story that would clarify for affected customers what happened, so we're sharing it.

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Topics: Startups, Business, Credit Cards, Billing

The Rumors of Subversion's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

Published 02 April 2014 by C. G. Brown

Git, as we all know, is increasingly popular due to its distributed nature and fast branching and merging. Runako covered in a previous post circumstances where you may want to use Subversion over Git for software development, or vice versa.

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Topics: Software Development, Git, Subversion

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