As the new year starts to unfold, it’s time to take a quick look at the things our team at SitePen resolves to do this year.
Eliminate the Department of Redundancy Department
Too often, we see large enterprise customers who have multiple teams creating the same features, without having a simple way to share and maintain code over time. They might start out with good intentions, but through a lack of ownership, testing, and other factors, code quickly forks, or is rewritten because it doesn’t quite meet the exact needs of another team. With tools like Git and philosophies like InnerSource, enterprise organizations can save so much time and money by sharing code within their organization.
Resolution #1: Help our customers eliminate redundant source code with InnerSource
Resolution #2: Help our customers scale structured development with TypeScript expertise
Wherefore Art Thou Dojo 2?
Resolution #3: Help ship Dojo 2
Share More of What We Learn
Better ESM and ES6+ support for Intern
Resolution #5: Release Intern 4; share techniques for better testing with ES6+ features
Reduce the Mayhem in Development
We’re constantly looking for better ways to build applications. We’ve seen a lot of Mayhem over the years, so much so that we created a card game called Milestone Mayhem to talk about our experiences. Whenever we’re building software for our customers or for our open source endeavors, we’re looking for ways to make things work the way they should, to reduce the Mayhem in building modern applications.
Resolution #6: Reduce Mayhem & increase Momentum in all projects
If you’ve got a resolution we can help you achieve, let’s get started before 2018 is upon us!