Weekly update: 12th April, 2019

As part of our ongoing commitment to transparency and development in the open, we are now providing weekly updates to our community, drawn from internal all-team updates. This is the sixth of these updates, originally posted to Telegram.

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A shorter update this week, as we’ve largely been head down in delivery… and we’re still going!

Meher finished adding the new build package to Host, which marks the end of a long journey into making the network more versatile and capable of running on devices with much smaller footprints than originally envisaged

The networking team have otherwise been focused on continuous integration & delivery tooling, as well working to improve reporting of all network & core service builds

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We delivered Publish version 2.3.0 (more information: https://github.com/dadi/publish/releases/tag/v2.3.0)

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Adam wrote about telemetry and how we manage pulling data from a multitude of disparate devices: https://dadi.cloud/en/knowledge/network/an-introduction-to-telemetry/

A new site launched on our stack and in the network. It’s a first version, but still very cool. We’ll be writing about this next week

Ravi kicked off the brand refresh for DADI, which I’ll be sharing more information on as it moves forward

We’ve been working on the development of a dedicated go to market strategy for individual web services distinct from the network’s go to market (which is focused on core network-level services). This is looking pretty exciting, and should help us in our driving of adoption for network services. As soon as I can, I’ll share more

Chris spent 48 hours with a big prospective new customer, a start up in the sporting arena with a pretty revolutionary idea

James moved forward release planning for API 5, with a focus on improvements to document versioning, search, compression support, conditional GET requests and new security methods for client secrets

Finally our new mobile engineering hire started this week. He’s working on networking components for mobile devices, as well as supporting customers with their own deployments of our technology

And that’s it from me for this week. Enjoy your weekends X

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