March 25th, 2014 by Bobby Grace
According to the leading theory, dinosaurs went extinct roughly 65.5 million years ago after an asteroid landed on Earth. A few million years later you are working on a large scale web application and think to yourself, “Hey. Would it be such a stretch to compare the biodiversity of the Triassic period a.k.a. dinosaur times to that of today’s browser ecosystem?” No, I don’t think it would be. There are a lot of browsers out there and they all look and behave a little bit differently. There are some new browsers that are fast and have all kinds of great features and there are some old, slow dinosaur browsers made for a bygone time.
March 24th, 2014 by Elizabeth Hall
When Brett moved from New York City to Honolulu, where he continues to work for Fog Creek, we didn’t anticipate a very serious problem: What to do on a remote employee’s birthday?!
March 20th, 2014 by Aaron Maenpaa
Imagine for a moment that you’ve been running an ASP.NET app for years, and on one otherwise sunny Saturday morning, you get a call saying that the app has started crashing randomly. What do you do?
March 13th, 2014 by Bobby Grace
Look around you. Is there something nearby that is firmly bolted to the ground? Okay good. Hold onto it. I’m about to pull back the curtains on everything you thought you knew about how Trello was made. The revelation could result in a rippling shockwave that knocks you off your seat and may have troubling, unpredictable consequences for the time-space continuum. Possibly.
February 7th, 2014 by Adam Wishneusky
The look and feel of FogBugz On Demand hasn’t changed much in two years. We thought we’d update it, starting with the part that shows up on every page: the header. We re-designed the FogBugz On Demand header to make it more modern, compact and organized.
January 22nd, 2014 by Bobby Grace
We made a promise with Trello: you can see your entire project in a single glance. That means we can show you all of your cards so you can easily see things like who is doing what, where a task is in the process, and so forth, just by scrolling.
November 20th, 2013 by Adam Wishneusky
Bee is a Mac client for FogBugz. It makes tracking your cases simpler and faster with its beautiful design with fluid animations. It is deeply integrated with Mac OS X so you can receive notifications from your teammates and use QuickLook to view case attachments. You can time cases from your menubar and Bee also intelligently tells you what you should be working on next. In addition to FogBugz, Bee also works with plain text files for your project notes and supports syncing tasks with GitHub and JIRA.
November 14th, 2013 by Rich Armstrong
November 12th, 2013 by Brett Kiefer
The Trello server team appears on this week’s NodeUp podcast, talking about the Trello tech stack in production.
November 8th, 2013 by Stephen Asbury
If you’ve been using FogBugz for issue tracking or customer support for a while, you’ve probably encountered a situation like this. One of your customers sends you an email asking for a new feature, and FogBugz creates a case for you to track the request.