Fantastic Features and How to Hide Them
Imagine a scenario. You are working on a new complex feature. Your team releases to production every two weeks, but to complete the feature, you need more than that. You can always create a feature branch and postpone merging to the main branch until everything is done, but this brings some risks. There is another approach you can use: a technique called feature flags.
Enis Kudo, Head of People Operations: Nurturing Flexibility and Successfully Adapting Internal Processes
Considering how adapting to change is our guiding principle, we aim to quickly respond, invest all the necessary resources, and provide the much-needed reassurance and guidelines to our employees. Sometimes, that can be a tough feat, but we always manage to push through by reassessing our growth opportunities while taking care of Symphony’s core - people.
PostGIS - A Real-World Example
Symphony as one of the Impact Stars in Central Europe: People-powered technology as a cornerstone of our identity
The series of successes we have achieved are centered around the one thing that drives us forward - our community members and their expertise, which is why Symphony was recently named as one of the Impact Stars in Central Europe in 2021, as part of the 22nd Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Programme.
Word Embeddings: A Story
From adding numbers to translating sentences, it’s all just simple operations on binary data. “But how is it even possible to operate on textual data?” Good question! Let’s find out.
Serverless for Web Developers
If you are a web developer who wants to achieve faster time to market for new products and features, cut (almost eliminate) time to provision and manage infrastructure, minimize downtime and security risks, along with costs - this is the place for you.