Meet the UX Team

Posted by Jacek Materna on Jul 25, 2016 12:47:19 PM

The #1 focus at Assembla is User Experience (UX).

We view UX as an important element in supporting class-leading customer journeys. Because we have a number of things to do to achieve our target UX, we have assembled a talented team and empowered them to execute on this mission.

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Topics: Meet the Team

Agile Bugs Q&A: Part 5

Posted by Lital Barkan on Jul 19, 2016 12:48:44 PM

If you have been following along with the earlier posts in this series, you already know that it all started with a recent live chat, in which I asked questions about #AgileBugs. THe tech experts Raygun CEO JD Trask and Assembla CTO Jacek Materna answered and then dozens of attendees sent in their intelligent, thought-provoking questions about handling bugs within agile methodologies.

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Topics: agile, development process

Agile Bugs Q&A: Part 4

Posted by Lital Barkan on Jul 19, 2016 12:47:31 PM

I asked questions about #AgileBugs in a recent live chat. Tech trailblazers Raygun CEO JD Trask and Assembla CTO Jacek Materna answered my questions and we all discovered together that I was not the only inquiring mind. Dozens of intelligent, thought-provoking questions came in from those who attended the event. 

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Topics: agile, development process

Agile Bugs Q&A: Part 3

Posted by Lital Barkan on Jul 19, 2016 12:46:04 PM

When tech experts Raygun CEO JD Trask and Assembla CTO Jacek Materna answered my questions about bugs in agile frameworks in a recent live chat, a lot of others had questions too! 

We created a series of blog posts in which our experts addressed all of your questions.

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Topics: agile, development process

Agile Bugs Q&A: Part 2

Posted by Lital Barkan on Jul 19, 2016 12:44:49 PM

The live chat about handling bugs within agile frameworks had experts answering my questions with a combination of knowledge, experience, and fun (surprising as that may seem). I recapped some of their answers here

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Topics: agile, development process

Agile Bugs Q&A: The experts weigh in

Posted by Lital Barkan on Jul 19, 2016 12:42:41 PM

In a recent live chat about handling bugs within agile frameworks, I had the opportunity to ask two technical experts my questions around this topic. Hundreds signed up to listen in to their answers and when we opened the floors to questions, well . . . it turned out mine were just the tip of the iceberg!

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Topics: agile, development process

'Blame' for Git, SVN, and Perforce

Posted by Stanislav Kolotinskiy on Jul 14, 2016 11:01:10 AM

At Assembla, it is important that our #projectplanning and #agile users alike get the code collaboration tools they need to be effective. In the Git world the blame command is a feature designed to help you determine who made changes to a file.

Despite its negative-sounding vibe, git blame is actually pretty simple; its main function is to point out who changed which lines in files - and why!

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Topics: git, code review, Code Browser, new features

Perfecting a Real Time Cardwall

Posted by Jacek Materna on Jul 12, 2016 5:53:01 PM

Your reception to our realtime cardwall had been great! We've been monitoring and studying your usage of the new features and have consolidated the bulk of the comments and feedback into a post-deployment refinement. What is it all about?

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Topics: design, product, UX, Cardwall, new features

DevOps at Assembla: on Guard for Customer Experience

Posted by Sergey Nazarov on Jul 11, 2016 4:14:10 PM

Customer success is always a top priority here at Assembla. For our #devops team, it is all about global uptime, application performance, and security. As the team lead, I can say that we work tirelessly to keep all services running smoothly (and our uptime graph and incident history are the primary indications of that).

Our new management team, in particular our new CTO, prioritize ensuring our infrastructure is positioned to handle network threats today and moving forward. In fact, network security is now a strategic issue at Assembla because it is tied closely with the availability of our service.

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Topics: security, devops, ddos

You Work Quickly, Now Your Cardwall Does Too! #RealTimeProductivity

Posted by Artur Kremens on Jul 4, 2016 7:30:00 AM

Today, something exciting is happening with my cardwall (and yours, too!). It is working as quickly as my team is working.

The cardwall has gone real-time, it is exciting to behold, and it’s already powering our team’s productivity. There are 8 cool enhancements that are making it faster and easier than ever before to work together on projects.

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Topics: new features, Using Assembla

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