How’s it like to work at a multicultural (and remote-first) company

How’s it like to work at a multicultural (and remote-first) company

Written by Tania Zúñiga, SRE | DevOps Engineer at Pipefy, working remotely from Mexico.  Working remotely is surely something that changed the world as we know it. Not only regarding work itself but also how we commute through the city and our surroundings, how we communicate with each other, what we choose to do with…

Pipefy Cybersecurity Week 2022: You should talk about security with your Engineers
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Pipefy Cybersecurity Week 2022: You should talk about security with your Engineers

This article was written by:Marina Ciavatta, Social Engineer and CEO at Hekate, Inc.Danilo Cordeiro, Staff Security Engineer & Cyber Security Specialist at Pipefy. A few past weeks ago, we had our first Cybersecurity Week at Pipefy. It was quite the challenge. As a startup, Pipefy is also going through budget reviews, and as we approach…

The good, the bad and the awesome of being a Young Gun Tech
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The good, the bad and the awesome of being a Young Gun Tech

This article was written by Tania Zúñiga, SRE & DevOps Engineer at Pipefy, working remotely from Mexico.  I think it is time to share my experience with a very interesting program that I have participated in at Pipefy, that may help other people in the future not only to be part of it as well,…

Know what you don’t know: self-improvement starts with self-awareness

Know what you don’t know: self-improvement starts with self-awareness

Originally written by Thiago Lima. Donald Rumsfeld, United States Secretary of Defense, once said: […] there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns — the…

The power and ease of working on multiple processes with elixir
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The power and ease of working on multiple processes with elixir

Writer: William Freire, Backend Engineer One of Elixir’s key features is the idea of packaging code into small chunks that can be run independently and concurrently. If you’ve come from a conventional programming language, this may worry you. Concurrent programming is known to be difficult, and there’s a performance penalty to pay when you create…

Team building with Team Topologies

Team building with Team Topologies

Developing softwares with high performance and efficiency is one of the hardest things to do for a company. That’s why Team Topologies is a different way of thinking about your organization’s structure. Not only is it an agile methodology, it’s also a mix of several techniques and models focused on XP, DevOps, SRE, and much more. Learn how Pipefy’s Engineering team built its tech teams using this methodology in Eduardo Hattori’s brand new article.

Latency and throughput: What you should know before designing your system
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Latency and throughput: What you should know before designing your system

Written by Thiago Lima. Despite being pretty straightforward concepts to grasp, latency and throughput can become very complex subjects when we dive into them. Even at a shallow glance, when we are dealing with systems’ design, they can lead to hard situations, and knowing them well can be the difference between a good and a…

Kops: Reliable and Highly Available Kubernetes clusters for fast-paced environments

Kops: Reliable and Highly Available Kubernetes clusters for fast-paced environments

By Diego Nogues If you work with Kubernetes, or have the intention to work with it, you have likely heard about GKE, EKS, AKS, DOKS, LKE, and so on. Also, you may have heard about kubeadm, kubespray, Rancher, kops, and a ton of other options. What do all these things have in common? All are…

How to use APIs
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How to use APIs

This is the second of a series of articles intended for those who are new to programming and are interested in starting to know more about APIs. You can check the previous article here. If you’re already a developer and are searching for in-depth content Pipefy API documentations, please go here. What are APIs used…