March 13th, 2014 by Bobby Grace

How We Make Trello

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

FogBugz Visits the Head(er) Shrinker

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 spent a week making Trello boards load extremely fast. Here’s how we did it.

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: A Desktop FogBugz Client for Mac

Bee
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

Fog Creek is Hiring, and We’re Coming For You!

Boy are we hiring!

November 12th, 2013 by Brett Kiefer

Trello Server Team on NodeUp Podcast

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

Case Event Merging – One Case to Rule Them All

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.

November 1st, 2013 by Tina Ye

Responsive HTML Emails: a Different Strategy

Email has become quite the funny thing. It follows us everywhere. To the grocery line. To the dinner table. To the… shower? (Well… why not.) So when we set out to rethink the FogBugz email notifications from the ground up, we knew we had to ensure a great in-shower email experience—and that meant optimizing for mobile.

October 22nd, 2013 by Dane Bertram

FogBugz On Demand Performance Upgrade

Some months ago we launched a beta for an upcoming infrastructure upgrade of FogBugz On Demand. The response we received was great! Hundreds of you—our awesome customers—signed up to kick the tires on a shiny, new, kiwi-riding-an-ocelot fast FogBugz On Demand service.

October 17th, 2013 by Kevin Gessner

What’s new in Kiln? AppVeyor web hook!

Do you use AppVeyor to build and deploy your .NET projects?  If so, you’re in luck: Kiln’s web hooks now connect to AppVeyor!


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