March 10, 2016

This post is part of our Weekly Watercooler series.

  • We’re counting down to the Drupal Drop-In and the Web Developer Happy Hour during SXSWi. We hope you’ll be there, too!

  • Hiring and onboarding can be tricky. We’ve come up with a way of making the most of the first 48 hours of a new hire’s experience.

  • We’re proud of our work with NBC.com. Learn more about how we worked with their team to build a streamlined solutions across their different platforms, while simultaneously building a solid work dynamic.

  • What do you do when you have a web server that needs to cleanly close all open connections before shutting down but the existing process management solutions are more involved than you’d like? You make your own. Read about Web Chef Elliott Foster’s ‘adios’.

  • We’re still hiring! Send in your resume and show us what you got! We can’t wait for you to become a part of our talented team of Web Chefs.

Links around the watercooler:

  • Geofences are crucial to Uber’s business model. Read about how they built this microservice using Go.
  • This app is what happens when writers have a taste for danger.
  • We love us some Adventure Time and now there’s a podcast all about it.
  • As of February 24th, Google is favoring pages powered by its fast-loading tech, AMP.

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Lucy Weinmeister is the Communications Manager at Four Kitchens. She loves to share all the new and exciting things the Web Chefs are cooking up at 4K. She is forever reading a book.

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