s/she/he, I’m a male but that’s fine, mistakes happen.
Anyway it’s correct that I’m using powerline-shell, for which I made my own flatter theme as well. https://github.com/Hultner/FlatUI-theme-for-powerline-shell
And yes I do use tmux which I have heavily configured based on ~10 years of usage but…
I currently do not have the exact config used in this article up but similar configs can be found in my dot files
I also use my own powerline theme
The tool looks very nice, I notice that you compare it to some of the tools I’d associate with more casual use (navicat & Sequel Pro).
I myself switched from a iffy experience with DBVisualizer to 0xDB EAP back in ~2014 and still use the final version DataGrip as my daily driver to manage Postgres outside of the psql prompt.
Rod Johnson: Nice idea! For a long time I’ve been doing about the same by forking template repositories for projects and manually replacing tokens with grep & awk.
Is it only kotlin at the moment? And if so are you planning to support arbitrary languages i.e. Python, Haskell & Elixir.
Maybe it would be wise to have a product market board consisted of stakeholders in all camps which would have the authority for these decisions, this board would also hold the natural responsibility in this context. Just a though and as you say it would be different for every company.
But neither the less collabartion across teams is key for success in these settings.
Interesting thoughts, of course the problem goes the other way as well. A product team that doesn’t have any input in product webpage, customer facing content, etc can lead to major customer not understanding what the product actually is.
I do think that however the organization is structured it’s crucial that marketing…
Agreed! And looking forward to reading the follow up.
I just published an article myself on the subject yesterday. Feel free to check it out