The 10 Technical Blogs Our Engineers Love The Most

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The engineering world is collaborative, more so than perhaps any profession. So it’s no surprise that the blogs engineers read offer so much more than news. We asked Inflectionites to share their favorite engineering blogs, and the resulting list offers rich resources for discovering new tools, debating best practices, and finding inspiration. More…

Say Goodbye to Dinosaurs in the Data Center: 3 Reasons to Automate

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Automation is a basic principle in achieving the efficiency and repeatability that is the cornerstone of a DevOps approach. And, while DevOps is a term that means different things to different people, engineers know that the ultimate goal is to work smarter to help the business achieve its goals as fast as possible. More…

Tips for Keeping a Tidy Web Development Kitchen

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2007: I made my first website. IE6 was still supported, Chrome wasn’t out yet, and Firefox wasn’t doing continuous releases. The blink and marquee tags were all too relevant. It was not a good time to be a web developer. The tools were under developed , and to build the simplest of websites you had to use tables and frames.

2015: Now it’s like being a kid in a candy store. Seriously, there are so many sweet things people have built to make our jobs easier compared to 2007. However, just because we have access to so many tools doesn’t mean we should use them all. More…

Engineering in Omaha

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We've been celebrating and sharing our appreciation for our engineers during National Engineers Week. From our customer-facing product websites such as GoodHire.com to our behind-the-scenes systems like STORM, our engineers are constantly striving to create and implement strategic solutions to problems. Today, the National Engineers Week train rolls into Omaha as we take a look at two of the individuals that make our products progressive and our systems run efficiently. More…

We Love our Engineers

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We're continuing to celebrate National Engineers Week by sharing our appreciation for our dedicated team of engineers. National Engineers Week is about recognizing the innovative work that engineers are doing everyday in hopes of encouraging aspiring engineers to pursue their dreams. At Inflection, engineers are the foundation of everything we do. Not only do we rely on their proficiency to build our products, we depend on their expertise to find ways to go above and beyond the expectations of our users. We asked each of our product teams to share what makes their engineering teams so unique and how they are making a difference at Inflection and beyond More…

Engineering @ Inflection

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In honor of National Engineers Week, we are giving you an inside look at what it's like to be an engineer at Inflection and sharing our appreciation for the passionate people who build our products. National Engineers Week is dedicated to increasing understanding, generating interest, and showing appreciation for all types of engineers and the innovative work they are doing everyday. More…

Responding to the Heartbleed Bug

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Over the last few days, members of Internet community, particularly those of us in the security, privacy, and IT fields, have been stunned by the scope and severity of the Heartbleed bug found in several versions of OpenSSL. Vox.com has an excellent write-up on how the Heartbleed attack works, but what’s worth focusing on here is the global response to a security vulnerability that Bruce Schneier called “catastrophic.” More…