I used to ignore all that had happened on Slack while I was offline and consider catching up a waste of time... Until I changed my mind.
How we use GitHub issues to keep track and communicate progress on long, big projects that expand over weeks, months or even years.
DNSimple attended all three Chef Summits in 2017 for a whirlwind of community interaction
An insight into the workflow we use for our chef code and server infrastructure changes.
My first experience at an Unconf
Javier and Sebastian spoke at the 2017 edition of Pamplona Software Craftsmanship. This is how the conference went for them.
Giving credit where credit is due...with a twist.
What we learned, individually, from our collective time tracking experiment.
By month two things calmed down in dramatic fashion.
How collectively tracking our time spent working gave us a bird's eye view on our operations.
A quick walkthrough on how to write your very own comic.
Working remote means working from anywhere, we collected 5 tips to work from coffeeshops without getting kicked out or dying overdose of caffeine.
Following a year of adjustment with even more adjustment.
What inspires us to do customer support the good old fashioned way.
This post is a recap of the DNSimple meetup held on the island of Lanzarote from the 7th to the 14th of December, 2016.
Remote work and small teams come with their own challenges, these are some of mine.
Learn how we hired our first ever Apprentice, Mak.
For this post the entire DNSimple team contributed their thoughts on remote working and what it means for each of us. Read on to find out about what we love about it, what challenges we face, and how each of us deals with those challenges.
Inspired by a recent blog post from Travis CI, I'd like to share details about how DNSimple team members work together without offices.