Symphony's Co-Founder Muamer Cisija hosted a Stanford GSB Founders Chat
Last week, Symphony’s Co-Founder and President, Muamer Cisija, hosted a Stanford GSB Founders Chat on the topic of building and scaling engineering teams in today’s market landscape.
Conducting trunk-based development and CI/CD practices using GitHub actions
The trunk-based development (TBD) is a result of seven years of research and data from over 32,000 professionals worldwide, conducted by DORA State of DevOps. It provides an independent view into the practices and capabilities that help drive high-performance delivery and ultimately organizational outcomes.
People of Symphony with Hansel Baez: Building connections and bridging gaps
At Symphony, we boast a team of experts from diverse backgrounds working together to develop high-quality digital products. One of the notable additions to our team is Hansel Baez, a Lead Product Designer with an impressive professional background.
Navigating a Non-Linear Career Trajectory - the final frontier?
As a lifelong Trekkie, I was always amazed by the content provided through mainstream media such as television. It was always progressive and groundbreaking in technological aspects but also in social and, let's say, human topics.
The pitfalls of project management - part 2
In the second part of the project management pitfall series we continue with some practical examples of how we can manage certain sensitive situations using some of the tried and tested methods.
Introduction to IPFS
InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol, hypermedia, and file sharing peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system. IPFS uses content-addressing to uniquely identify each file in a global namespace connecting IPFS hosts.