Not visible without
the aid of special
instruments: subvisible

By Fernando Mendes

  1. So you have a new developer joining your project. And, as usual, everything changed in Javascript landscape since 37s ago. At Subvisual we have a system to handle this.

  2. A lot of companies are allowing their workers to stay remote. Which is awesome. But the situation will now be drastically different. You see, before, everyone was remote. Now, however, you'll have part of your team in office and part of it remote. If not done properly, it won't quite be the best time of your life.

  3. About a month ago we began our Subvisual Live Talks. A new and simple concept: streaming weekly conversations with interesting guests and friends. We've been devoting some time to Elixir and now Ruby and we're very happy with how everything's going. However, we've also reached a point where we want to hear from you.

  4. Last Friday we premiered the first edition of the Subvisual Live Talks, a live stream with a very simple concept: a conversation with interesting guests. The first stream features an hour of exciting conversation between our own host, Zamith and thoughtbot's Boston Managing Director Josh Clayton. There's more to come.

  5. A while ago I felt the shame of copying and pasting code around from projects. Eventually, I decided to stop being lazy, extract it and make a hex package out of it. This is story of that project and a walkthrough all the awesome things it does, with very little code. Yay Elixir!

  6. Our git flow revolves around a lot of small-ish PRs. We have builds running constantly. Eventually, they’ll fail. And I hate leaving (neo)vim. Especially to watch a red sign telling I did the dum-dumbs. So I did a thing to tell me when the I did the dum-dumbs without ever leaving the cozy comfort of vim.

  7. To be honest, before this fall I had never taken part of a Design Sprint. It always seemed like a toy for the big boys in startups to play with. Then Eaze happened...

  8. Another week, another weekly. For this edition, Gabriel asked me to talk a bit about my thesis and share what I have been learning and doing so far.

  9. I remember one particular class I had. It was late May and, as pretty much every Spring day in Portugal, the sun decided to greet us with a little too much enthusiasm.