One of the core pieces of PagerDuty is sending users incident notifications. But not just any notifications—they need to be the right notifications at the…
By Taavi Burns
This piece is co-authored by: Derek Ralston, Agile Coach, and Charlotte Sarfati, Technical Support Engineer. Charlotte and Derek worked together on PagerDuty’s cross-functional HackWeek committee….
By Charlotte Sarfati
Health checks are vital for maintaining resiliency and ensuring continuous operations of any system. In an ideal world, health checks should be able to detect…
By Tanvir Pathan
At PagerDuty, taking the lead is a key value, and we are always looking for opportunities to cultivate leadership within our engineering group. One of…
This post is written for engineering leaders who are responsible for building on and maintaining their company’s engineering career track. It’s meant to provide a…
By Jason Diller
Edenworks’ mission is to radically elevate the world’s fresh food supply by setting new standards for safety, quality, and cost. The company operates complete ecosystems…
By Michael Karlesky
As an Agile Coach at PagerDuty, one aspect of my job is to help teams refresh their processes when they’re no longer working for them….
By Derek Ralston
In a tech interview, the relationship between the candidate and the company is a two way street; applicants seek exciting companies in the same way…
By Ka Chan
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Infrastructure as Code As infrastructure stacks grow increasingly more complex and involve an ever-growing number of services and systems, teams have looked to abstract configuration…
By Scott McAllister
In any fast-paced engineering environment, unexpected incidents can arise and escalate without warning. Effective leadership is key when this happens since coordination and decision-making across…
Some people inherit treasured jewelry, lavish mansions, or even grand fortunes. Software engineers inherit legacy code, written by people no longer working at the company,…
By Michael Viveros
The software engineering world is moving quickly; libraries and frameworks are always changing. This is especially true on Android where Google only recently solidified its…
By Yifan Wu
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