Oded is Rookout's Product lead. He's an experienced software engineer and product manager. Oded is a true believer in having fun while working together. He is also the founder of the Board Games in Tel-Aviv Meetup group, and Co-Founder of The Party™ team.
Why is a live debugging application necessary to add to your developers' toolbox? Here are some insights into how it will improve developer velocity, productivity, and help them debug faster than ever.
We've learned that live debugging and production debugging require a shift-left approach in attitude. This insight came about from recently launching performance tracking features. Here's how.
As with any language, learning to debug it is always a journey. When it comes to debugging Ruby, we've got just the solution.
Much of a developer team's time is spent waiting for compiling, testing, and deploying. So many tools and practices are created to help them deal with this and ensure that their velocity doesn’t take a hit. But when it is debugging wasting developers’ time, the Live Debugging Heatmap solves that.
Hyper-growth is a challenge and it will impact your tech choices and hiring flows. Here are some guidelines to keep in mind when aiming to achieve it.
The Force is strong with our ungated Sandbox. Here’s why we decided to open one, and what Star Wars had to do with it.
Imagine you could time travel. When would you go? What would you do? That's what happened to me just before Christmas. Here's how the adventure unfolded.
Dear Dev Santa, how are things at the north pole? Hope you and Mrs. Santa have good wifi reception, and that the elves aren’t driving you crazy with their electric scooters and kombucha tea.
Legend says it's possible to open a Perfect Bug. A bug that no developer will close as “description unclear/does not reproduce”; A bug all devs dream of.
Last year I made a resolution to work more on my pet project. Write some code to make the world a better place. Like all resolutions, it was hard to keep...
Thinking I'd never debug again, I was willing to leave my mechanical keyboard and geeky T-shirts behind. And then I met The One.
Devs have been seeking advice online from time immemorial. But why do we sometimes refuse to ask for help when we need it the most?
During office hours, when things are calm, a rubber duck may be enough, but when production is broken and the slack channel is screaming, I need a bit more than that. I need a debugging friend.
Debugging cloud-native apps is like going through multiple haystacks that keep on moving. But this time, you’re not even sure the needle exists.
What if there was a show that could capture the drama of developing, testing and debugging just as House MD captured the drama of diagnosis and treatment?
Data lets you expand your mind and see into the future. To grow your product, you'll have to find ways to harvest this precious yet addictive resource.