Atomist

Feb 27, 2019
2015
San Francisco, CA, USA
Mar 17, 2019   |  By Ryan Day
Developing and shipping is gratifying, fun. Everything else that gets in the way of creating and delivering is, by contrast, clearly less gratifying and fun. It also isn't the best use of our time – one-shot learning to feed the process by which code gets deployed is inefficient toil.
Mar 17, 2019   |  By Ryan Day
Atomist co-founder and Chief Architect, Jim Clark, recently sat in with Rob Hirschfeld for an episode of the L8ist Sh9y Podcast. It's a wide-ranging conversation about delivery as workflow, event-driven delivery, code analysis, GraphQL and ChatOps. Something for everyone.
Mar 13, 2019   |  By Jessica Kerr
The other day I heard a sad story about a build that was broken for weeks due to a bug introduced in an open-source library. It took the maintainer a long time to fix it (they're not getting paid for this, no criticism). In the enterprise they had so many layers of repository caching the team couldn't escape the buggy version. Even sadder, that library existed for fancy terminal output of a library that produced documentation (typedoc).
Feb 23, 2019   |  By Ryan Day
We just wrapped up two days at DeveloperWeek in Oakland. My first time there and our first time sponsoring. I had a wonderfully broad range of conversations with all kinds of interesting and gracious people from various corners of the industry and world. The show had the feeling of a technology bazaar. Mostly in a good way.
Feb 21, 2019   |  By Jessica Kerr
It's hard to explain in a few minutes why Atomist is important, to the software industry and to me. The other day my friend Avdi sat down to find out, and to code together. We streamed this on Twitch.
Feb 21, 2019   |  By Atomist
In this originally-live-streamed session, Jess shows her friend Avdi what Atomist is, and some of the things she loves about it. In the end, they work on one of Jess's software delivery machines, find a problem, and fix a funny bug in a library.
Nov 8, 2018   |  By Atomist

Apr 25, 2018   |  By Atomist
Atomist Founders Rod Johnson and Ryan Day explain the Atomist Software Delivery Machine and how it dramatically improves software delivery, providing visibility and control in one place.