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Matt Wensing from Stormpulse (disclaimer: I'm an investor, long story below) generously took some time off of managing the nation's severe weather risks to appear on our podcast. ( Keith Perhac couldn't be with us when we taped this, as he was celebrating the birth of his second daughter.) It's been about six months since our last episode but I think this probably makes up for it, as it's a cracker of an episode.
The trend inutility apps the past few years is to throw everything in the menu bar.
My app Committed is a menu-bar based utility since it really doesn't have a beyond a menu listing and a preference window. Then there's apps like that one calendar app or the latest release that have a window attached to a menu bar item. Other apps like or Evernote are full-blown OS X apps, but put a secondary utility item in the menu bar. It's gotten …
We reached out to Chris Traganos , Evernote's Senior (pictured below), to learn more about his insight behind choosing , and learn how Foundation helped him and his team build an amazing developer's portal for the company.
What is the Evernote?
Our developer portal is the home of ourdocumentation and technical resources for building apps with the Evernote platform.
What led you to choose Foundation? …
In this week's news, we find out howapproaches release engineering, how Evernote solves its problem, and what trends lie in store for 2013.
* The DevOps Zone discovers how Facebook pushes twice daily to over 1 billion users.
* Evernote reveals how it serves billions of generated by its online application. requests
* Steve Souders…
The links go marching two by two...
Meet UpShot, Screenshot Sharing via - Evernote certainly encouraged a lot of activity in this area when they screwed up on OS X .
Bug Triage - How exposed are you? - And for that matter, do you even bother to triage your bugs?
Listango - for organizing your own bookmarks online. It's refreshing to find one that's explicitly non-social.
ActionArgs - controllers …
And a happyto you as well.
Colour Schemes - A whole pile of 'em for 2 or .
Zuck - to use 's ads .
Cramp - web application framework built on top of .
Skitch and Evernote: A - Looks like they're actually listening to user feedback. Amazing. from Lang
…keep them up to date as the landscape continually changes. While some companies do it really well ( Evernote and Wunderlist for example), it's definitely a challenge and one not to be taken lightly.
Leigh Williamson, an raises another point you should consider. While you may believe that a particular platform is the one to focus on, you may not have a choice . Your customers may be using two or more platforms equally. If that's the …distinguished engineer,
Evernote with a nicely detailed note on a recent outage . A kernel panic happened while upgrading two new "shard" servers with 3x as much RAM, instead of 15krpm disks, bonded networking, and an updated kernel. They had to revert and shite loves to happen when other shite happens.
postmortem on what happened when went down. They lost 30% of their instances across 3 in the region. Rich detail on the impact of the …with their
Creating a new note in Evernote
Sending a tweet
Tasks let you use data from the triggers (ie the subject line in an email) in your task. So you could, for example, use the subject of an email to populate the subject of your note in Evernote.
Recipes are pre-made combinations of the other items, created either by the team at ifttt, by other users, or yourself. There are a lot of them, and chances are you will find a lot of them that you can put to use immediately. …