Posts tagged with ‘code’

  • Articulate Sponsors Rails Girls Summer of Code for Another Amazing Year

    Posted by Sarah Eadie on April 26, 2018

    I’m thrilled to share that Articulate is sponsoring Rails Girls Summer of Code for the fifth consecutive year. We...

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    Behind the Scenes: The New Publish-to-Video Feature in Storyline 360

    Posted by Jesse Taber on February 12, 2018

    We recently released a new feature for Storyline 360: publish to video. Our Customer Support team estimates that this...

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    Introducing Tugboat: Give Your Service Containers a Name

    Posted by Brian Stolz on January 10, 2018

    This year, the Articulate engineering team has been hard at work releasing continuous updates to Articulate 360. When we...

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    Navigating Time in C#

    Posted by Amichai Levy on November 15, 2017

    One of Tlön’s schools manages to refute time, reasoning that the present is indeterminate, that the future has no...

  • Lessons Learned in Shipping a Static Site to S3

    Posted by Rachel Donovan, Steven Purr on June 29, 2016

    A few months ago, the web development team at Articulate shipped a small microsite about our company culture, Life...

  • Botzo: The Little Chatbot That Could

    Posted by Dave York on May 19, 2016

    Having a fully remote workforce makes finding tools to facilitate transparent, real-time communication very important. We use Slack to...

  • 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...

  • Jarbs: Painless Lambda Deployment

    Posted by Luke van der Hoeven on January 12, 2016

    AWS Lambda was arguably one of the biggest shifts in modern application development in recent history. It turned raw...