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Burndown.io goes read-only
November 11, 2013 by

Company News

After Burndown got some unexpected attention last week, we got feedback from several netizens who wanted to use Burndown but were uncomfortable with the default permissions (access to both private & public repositories) because they use a single Github profile for both personal and business work. Well Internet, we’re listening! Burndown now has the ability
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New Features in Burndown
September 6, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

A few months ago we announced Burndown, an open source web application for tracking the progress of Github milestones. For those of you that missed out: Harnessing the power of the mighty Github API, Burndown provides a dead simple way to generate a burndown chart for any Github milestone. This is helpful for tracking both
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An Introduction to Client Latency
August 23, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

What is client latency? Let’s face it, users are impatient. They demand a blazingly fast experience and accept no substitutes. Google performed a study in 2010 which proved that when a site responds slowly, visitors spend less time there. Speed as perceived by the end user is driven by multiple factors, including how fast results
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AppNeta offers modern performance monitoring for cloud.

Burndown Before you Burn Out
June 12, 2013 by

Industry Insights

At AppNeta we use an extremely lightweight method to develop software. While it doesn’t necessarily map exactly onto one of the many agile methodologies, our process is very much inspired by this video. Although there are many unique characteristics for each software development methodology, one thing is consistent: the goal of progress. Everyone wants to know how a particular project
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Relieve Event Binding Aches in Backbone.js
March 6, 2013 by

Performance Monitoring

Hey! I’m Dan Riti, the latest addition to the TraceView team! I recently joined as a full stack engineer in the Providence office, and it’s been an exciting past couple of weeks learning about the world of tracing distributed web applications.  I’ve been working primarily on improving our Trace Details page, which provides an in-depth
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