Jun 4, 2020 | By Lucian Daniliuc
It’s been a long journey since I decided that the current version of Monitive is just not good enough for our customers. That it doesn’t scale how it should. That its interface isn’t responsive or suitable for mobile devices. That the inner workings are not flexible enough to allow further extensions and features. All this, because it was the very first usable iteration of Monitive, crafted around 2011.
Mar 27, 2020 | By Lucian Daniliuc
“Remember that guy that gave up? Neither does anybody else.” Progress on the new Monitive has been slow as a snail in a marathon, but nevertheless the progress was there. Since the last update last year, a lot has been going on, and one day I woke up and just decided to write, even if small updates. Not only because Monitive is about transparency, but because I love writing.
May 17, 2019 | By Lucian Daniliuc
It’s been a while since the new Monitive codename “Freyja” was launched in private beta, and even though a lot of things have happened, development is moving forward a bit slow than I’ve hoped. Nevertheless, I’m happy that the core monitoring engine is running smoothly and it’s a great foundation for the years to come.
Apr 8, 2019 | By Lauren Detweiler
Don’t worry, this isn’t an article where someone extremely adept at software testing and well-versed in industry terms is going to talk down to you. I’m a marketer first and a writer second, and no part of my career has ever involved the nitty gritty parts of building out a tech product or service to prepare it for real-life users. So if you’re completely clueless in this area, don’t worry — I’m right there with you.