At Made we’ve used GitHub for years for all of our public and open source projects. That has always been free, and the experience has always been great. We have been hosting our private repositories with another service for a really long time. However, the user experience, speed and feature set of GitHub that we get with our public repositories has finally led us to make the jump, and to migrate all of our repositories across to GitHub with a paid plan.
We love using SCSS here at Made, and the way in which we use it is constantly evolving. However, one particular and admittedly quite clever feature of SCSS has bugged me from day one, which is referencing a parent selector inside the current one:
When designing software, you would typically use classes, modules and patterns like SRP to separate concerns and isolate functionality within your codebase.
In my last post I mentioned a common controversy linked with story points. Common wisdom asserts that they shouldn’t be used to represent time, but this is on over-simplification which inhibits good estimation.
One of the areas we focus on is how to ensure user stories are ‘done done’.
We’re particularly proud (and a little tired!) to have publicly launched the Finery website today.