1. September 20, 2022

    In the last few years I've run into a couple of cases where public holidays weren't occuring where they usually would, and even a case of a new public holidays happening. In this post we take a look at a Ruby gem that can help define when holidays occur.

  2. May 9, 2022

    A look at how we revitalised a long-languishing migration of our serialisation layer by diving into the feedback of the team and how they felt about the work so far.

  3. April 9, 2022

    Flakey tests can be the cause of many headaches. We recently weeded out some issues caused by uses of Timecop that weren't being cleaned up with the help of the library's safe mode feature.

  4. November 8, 2021

    How we made a separate time and space for product-specific retros, the benefits we got from chatting to customer-facing folks regularly, and what we learned.