Watch for environment specific values when you’re checking in code. Make sure it plays well with all other developers working on the same project. You may have a
~/cute/pony/my/dear/fairy/run-me-if-prod-is-down.sh , but some developers aren’t so cute. Make your application robust to relative paths, so other developers can change those configs on the fly and it’ll just work the same way as it does on yours. Better yet, use something like Docker.
On October 5th, during the annual Open Hardware Summit, Hologram will open source the new Dash v1.2 through the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA). We’re also committing to open-source all Hologram development hardware moving forward, becoming an OSHWA Affiliate Corporate Member. As a fan of all things open-sourced, we’re stoked to make this announcement and support OSHWA’s mission.