Technical documentation

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Embracing brownfield projects & legacy code in SaaS

Embracing brownfield projects & legacy code in SaaS

Balancing innovation with stability is key in managing SaaS legacy code. You explore phased implementations, leveraging existing assets, and continuous learning to maximize legacy code potential. Ideal for tech leads and founders.

Five documents every startup should have

Five documents every startup should have

Documentation is vital in remote organizations. Companies with little documentation often struggle to get started. With this pragmatic advice however you can get the ball rolling. These are five documents every startup should have, and you can get started with them today. 

Be boring

Be boring

In discussions with non-tech managers, buzzwords often mask understanding. My view: use tech pragmatically, focusing on proven tools. Innovation matters, but clarity and long-term stability are key. Managers should demystify tech jargon and ensure meaningful application.

A framework to deal with technical debt

Are there any specific product management framseworks to deal with technical debt?

A field guide to modernizing your PHP project — how to avoid a rewrite through incremental development

A field guide to modernizing your PHP project — how to avoid a rewrite through incremental development

Sometimes the code really is unmaintainable and non-upgradeable. Other times, it might just be old and written in a technology that’s dated or deprecated. Learning how to work with legacy code is a skill in itself. Here’s our playbook for modernizing that old PHP project.

Why you should code your infrastructure

Why you should code your infrastructure

Have trouble documenting your infrastructure? Infrastructure as code might be the solution you are looking for.

We are not a remote-first company

We are not a remote-first company

Although we have employees in 7 countries — not bad for 20 people! — madewithlove is not a remote-first company. Yes, we work remotely, but there are 6 traits that allow us to be a successful remote company. We are a knowledge-first company. What is a knowledge-first company? A knowledge-first company is...

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