Sep 8, 2018
Portland, OR, USA
Oct 11, 2018   |  By Vaidehi Joshi
Skylight’s latest update to Trends allows users to easily view & navigate through their historical trends data from within the Skylight UI. Seasoned Skylight users know that there is something special about opening up your email inbox on Monday mornings: why, getting to read your Skylight trends report, of course!
Sep 4, 2018   |  By Krystan HuffMenne
Skylight’s new Environments feature allows users to easily enable Skylight’s smart performance profiling in multiple environments and effortlessly navigate between an app’s environments in the Skylight UI. Now available with the 3.0.0 agent.
May 25, 2018   |  By Vaidehi Joshi
Code Triage is an open source app built to help other open source projects. Popular open source projects receive a lot of bug reports, feature requests, and pull requests every day, and just reading through all of them can be a huge time sink for their maintainers. Here at Skylight, we are involved in a number of popular open source projects ourselves, so we understand this problem pretty well!
May 23, 2018   |  By Vaidehi Joshi
The Odin Project is an open source community and curriculum for learning web development. Students build portfolio projects and complete lessons that are constantly curated and updated with the latest resources. They offer completely free courses like Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. Once a student climbs the technical ladder, there's even a course on how to go about getting a job in the industry, walking you through things like job searching, interviews, and much more.
May 21, 2018   |  By Vaidehi Joshi
Every single app — large or small, open source or not — has room for improvement when it comes to performance. This is why we created Skylight for Open Source to give open source contributors the tools they need to find these issues. Over the next week, we'll show you three different open source apps running on Skylight, each with their own unique performance challenges, varying in complexity.
May 19, 2018   |  By Confreaks
Using Skylight to Solve Real-World Performance Problems by Yehuda Katz, Godfrey Chan & Krystan Huffmenne