March 19, 2018
Early-stage Customer Communication: Channels and Signals
Building a growth engine is about consistently translating signals into actions. The goal is to serve the right information at the right tim...
Heavybit’s Show & Tell is an ongoing quarterly event that allows a selection of our 22 member companies a chance to showcase what they’re working on. Members share info about recent releases, launches, partnerships, integrations, case studies and lessons learned.
Takipi Founder Tal Weiss discusses his work debugging modern distributed systems. His presentation includes how Takipi helps developers detect errors in live production code and its plans to provide unified call stacks for reactive programming.
Kodowa Founder Chris Granger discusses his post-Light Table project Eve. A few months ago, Granger made the statement, “Eve is our way of bringing the power of computation to everyone, not by making everyone a programmer but by finding a better way for us to interact with computers.” He offers an early demo of his project.
The complexity of distributed microservices requires that API processes are standardized and still scalable. Apiary Founder Jakub Nesetril discusses his work in building a web based repository for API documentation and his recent launch of Apiary for Teams and Enterprise.
In this video Rainforest’s Developer Evangelist Paul Burt discusses the need for better (or any) QA testing in continuous delivery processes and Rainforest’s recent launch of mobile web testing for Android.
This video will be posted soon. We’re currently withholding the contents of the video as Whitney offered an early look at some of the company’s upcoming releases.
For more Show & Tell footage, check out our Fall Showcase