Life at Articulate | Page 2

  • Shush: A New Approach to Secret Sharing

    Posted by Adam Ochonicki, Web Ops Manager on March 31, 2016

    As a fully distributed team at Articulate, we often have to share sensitive bits of information, such as passwords, API...

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  • Getting Stuff Done Since 2004

    Posted by Gabe Anderson on March 15, 2016

    As a teenager, I had one of those motivational posters on my bedroom wall. It depicted an exhausted yet...

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    Support and Empowerment

    Posted by Crystal Horn on February 9, 2016

    I work on the support team at Articulate, where we’re dedicated to delivering support that’s just as awesome as...

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  • Goodbye, Red Tape! Hello, Articulate’s Culture of Productivity

    Posted by Kristin Overholt on January 26, 2016

    As a member of the Success Team, I’m one of the first points of contact for potential customers, and...

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  • Resolution Challenge

    Posted by Rachel Donovan on January 19, 2016

    A fresh new year is here, the holiday fog is lifting, and many of us have recently-edited lists of...

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  • Freedom from the Grind: A Search for Autonomy

    Posted by Trina Rimmer on January 13, 2016

    May 10, 2010 was the day I left my cubicle behind to become a freelance e-learning designer/developer. It’s not...

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  • Why Working at Articulate is Seriously Awesome

    Posted by Charlie Maynard on January 12, 2016

    What is it that makes Articulate’s culture so awesome? Is it the non-existent commute? The lack of a tooth-brushing...

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  • This Is What Autonomy at Work Looks Like

    Posted by Rachel Donovan on January 12, 2016

    For a long time, I felt like a software engineering Goldilocks. I tried working for different companies while I...

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  • What Customer Focus Means at Articulate

    Posted by Andrea Porter on January 12, 2016

    Customer focus is one of our core values at Articulate. I know because I’m a team lead on the...

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  • Retrofitting a Third-Party Service with Webhooks via Kong

    Posted by Patrick Klingemann on January 12, 2016

    Recently, we were faced with a problem of needing a third-party service to generate events to which internal services...

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