We’re kicking off our developer interview series with Sebastian Novak, a web developer at RT-RK, a company that’s a pioneer in home automation, embedded software and testing tools. These interviews are meant to give insight into everyday developer life and their view on software development
For any specification language, or the matter of fact any language, a good editor is needed. So, to make writing Sifu specifications easier and more intuitive, we’ve created a plugin for the Atom editor.
As said in our what’s next post new API Sifu specification language will be much simpler to learn and use. At the same time, it will enable even give the user, even more, usability and flexibility from the specifications them self.
Last weekend we had our first workshop held in Novi Sad, our hometown. The idea behind the workshops was to get people a better insight into Sifu, but also to give us a much-needed in person experience on how developers are using Sifu to make applications.
We’re listening what are our alpha users telling us and so far the feedback was extremely useful. We’re also preparing a few major updates for the next product release based on the needs of the early customers and our gut.
Yesterday we had an amazing time at Startit Center Belgrade launching Sifu. Thank you all for coming and making it such an awesome experience for us! Hope you’ve enjoyed our little event. You sure did bring a smile to our face.