TADevelops is a blog developed by the engineering team behind TechnologyAdvice. With an amazing group of developers and designers working with cutting edge technology the goal of TADevelops is to provide a platform for sharing with the community our experiences, knowledge and open source projects.
Tom is the CTO of TA, with specializations in architecture, infrastructure, and security. His passions involve building a culture of experimentation and open-source dedication, products that make technology choices easier, and author biographies written in the third person.
Posts By Tom Shawver:
Kent is an architect at TA and heavily involved in the team's work with Node.js, Docker, infrastructure and services. He is passionate about clean, modular development and workflow automation.
Posts By Kent Safranski:
- Devlab v3 Is Here on docker, devlab, and development
- Better Email Validation with Obey and Mailgun on asynchronous, validation, and nodejs
- Make Your Data Obey on obey, data, validation, and modelling
- DevLab 1.7 - Links and Exec on Services on devlab and services
- The Power of Precommits on git and development
Levi is a Senior Software Engineer at TA who really wants to blog but is extremely busy. We know he will soon.
Posts By Levi Thomason:
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Peter is a Software Engineer on the backend at TA, with a background in music and creative writing. He's interested in modular development, Docker, and all things Node.js.
Posts By Peter Svetlichny:
- Jumping into Elasticsearch on elasticsearch, analytics, and data
Thomas is a Senior Software Engineer at TA focused on backend work. He's a recovering PHP developer who is passionate about Node.js, the local tech community, ice hockey and bacon.
Posts By Thomas Vaughn:
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David is a Senior Software Engineer at TA focused on frontend work. He has a love for functional programming, ReactJS, and web application performance and optimization.
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