I came to Revelry after a 10+ year career in the hospitality industry. I had arrived at a point professionally where I was ready to “get uncomfortable”, learn, and go in another direction. When the opportunity came up to officially join Revelry, all signs pointed to yes. So I jumped in.
Our process requires trust and skill at context switching. Here are the best ways to make it easy for yourself and others to switch tasks and cope with juggling project work.
Although we might not be able to anticipate and avoid every user’s pain points, we can minimize by avoiding these common UX design mistakes.
Since the implementation team is already using GitHub on a daily basis to track work and deploy code to our project repositories, our Cluster Ops team has adopted the GitOps philosophy. Having a centralized place for all of our configuration and the ability to view all deployments in a friendly, comfortable environment makes Kubernetes more accessible to the rest of the team.
Elixir 1.9 has been released with built-in support for releases, a need that was previously served (and continues to be) by the Distillery package.
A doctor-turned-software engineer, Bob Weilbacher joined Revelry just a few months ago after a 20-year-long career in medicine.
We can lose or gain users as a result of design changes. Terrifyingly, we can lose money due to bad UX design. So you can see how crucial it is to make the right UX decision.
We look for three things. We want a cover letter that shows that you’ve done your research and are applying with intention. We want a résumé. That’s just par for the course. But third, and perhaps most importantly, we want to see your community contribution.
Anything you can do from the Kubernetes command-line interface (kubectl), you can do through the Kubernetes API. Here’s how to build an app in 8 steps.