What we do
We're a growing, remote-first engineering team. We are responsible for every aspect of building, running and securing our market leading, cloud native payment processing platform. In this space, you can learn more about us, our work, as well as catch up with our latest events.
Here are a few of the tools and methodologies we utilise:
Our engineers are passionate about contributing to the open-source community. While our platform is proprietary, we make it a priority to share as much of our work as we can. We LOVE automating our processes and sharing our solutions! 🤖
As Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) End User Supporters, we place a high value to all the open source technologies in our tech stack and are keen to give back to the community through quality open source contributions.
Blogs · 4 min
Kaspar Von Grünberg is a the CEO and founder of Humanitec. He joins us to discuss what an Internal Developer Platform is and what to focus on when you're building your own. Finally, he provides an overview of Humanitec's platform, which provides open-source tools you can use when you're building your own IDP.
March 15, 2023
Blogs · 3 min
No system is free of security vulnerabilities, which can be exploited to gain access to restricted resources. Ethical hackers are our allies, using the same techniques as malicious actors to help us find and fix the security vulnerabilities of our systems. In this short introductory article, we explore: the different types of hackers, the goals of ethical hacking and the main activities of ethical hackers.
March 2, 2023
Blogs · 5 min
Once upon a time, there were project boards in GitHub. They helped you plan, they looked like Trello, and they were much loved. They were classic. Then, one day, they were deprecated! Along came project v2 boards. They were like Trello, but also like a spreadsheet, and much more between, and they became the new project planning tool in GitHub. This post is about migrating project boards in GitHub. It's not, as you might expect, about migrating from classic project boards to v2 projects. GitHub offer a migration tool for that in their UI, and it's easy to do. Instead, this post is about migrating from one v2 board to another.
February 22, 2023