When all our teams started using the same tracker based on Azure DevOps, this enabled us to create a unified set of project management rules. Now we'll be discussing how our project office developed the logic that all our teams now adhere to.
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Each microservice in our solutions is a standalone app that requires a separate logging setup. To save time and provide a consistent quality of support for all of the products, we have separated common logging functions into standard libraries that all our teams can now use.
We have implemented an OLAP cube to analyze tech support processes in our products in real time. Now we're explaining how the system works and what advantages it has granted us.
Just like everybody else, when we moved to our home offices year ago, we never thought we were going to stay there forever. In the past 365 days we learned to be more organized, to stay in touch with each other - and to stay clear from the fridge.
Over 15 years of work we've dealt with various trackers: from the exotic FogBugz and Mantiss to modern ones that were actively used until 2019 — TFS, Jira, Redmine, even GitLab. Last year, it took us several months to transfer 200 people to Azure DevOps. In this article, we describe how it happened.
SDK and API are tools that enable IT products to be integrated with external systems. In this article we’ll explain how these two concepts differ, and how they are used for developers’ needs.