A Year in Review – Bring it on 2016

05. January 2016 InRhythm Updates 0
A Year in Review – Bring it on 2016
As 2016 begins, we are excited to look back upon a year of significant accomplishments and plan our goals for the New Year. In 2015, we solidified a refined set of core company values that we believe helped to push us towards great success. We are so thankful for your continued support and would love ...

Happy Holidays from the InRhythm Family

24. December 2015 InRhythm Updates 0
Happy Holidays from the InRhythm Family
As the holidays fall upon us we wanted to take a moment to say thank you for all your hard work. This past year has been full of wonderful accomplishments that would not have been possible without your support. We are excited to enter into 2016 and see what comes next. Are you ready? Happy ...

November Meetup – Diving Deeper Into Sketch

09. December 2015 Events, UX 0
November Meetup – Diving Deeper Into Sketch
Last month we held our second Meetup covering the popular UX tool – Sketch. Our in-house UX Designer, Prerak Patel, led us through more of the amazing things that Sketch allows you to do, including a heavy focus on how the app has combined web standards and simplifies design process. Prerak ended with an incredible live demo where he prototyped ...

November CTO Breakfast – The CTO’s Journey

November CTO Breakfast – The CTO’s Journey
At this past week’s CTO Breakfast our CEO, Gunjan Doshi, had the pleasure of sitting down with Mark Uhrmacher and Camille Fournier and interviewing them on their CTO journeys. Our discussions where super inspiring. Check out the pictures above! We can’t wait for our CTO Breakfast series to start back up after the holidays in January. Written ...

InRhythm Awarded Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2015 Technology Fast 500™

17. November 2015 InRhythm Updates 0
InRhythm Awarded Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2015 Technology Fast 500™
In the beginning of the year we were humbled to announce our placement on INC’s 500 Fast Growing Private Companies for the 3rd year in a row. Now, we are thrilled to announce another achievement – Deloitte’s Fast 500. This award program recognizes 500 of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy ...

The “Anna Karenina” Principle in Agile

09. November 2015 Agile & Lean 0
The “Anna Karenina” Principle in Agile
On November 3rd, The Agile Group of Project Management Institute’s New York City Chapter, invited me to speak to their members about Agile implementation at scale. It was an interesting opportunity to learn what the major challenges of Agile implementations from a project management perspective are and to share the patterns that make an Agile ...

CTO Video Roundup – Empire Node NYC

CTO Video Roundup – Empire Node NYC
Last Friday, myself and 5 of my team at InRhythm went to the Empire Node NYC conference in NYC. We learned of the history and future of Node/io.js, the upcoming and existing features of the platform and much more. Links: Node LTS and release plans – https://nodesource.com/blog/essential-steps-long-term-support-for-nodejs Slides for ES6 module talk –  http://benjamn.github.io/empirenode-2015/#/1 The Evolution of ...

CTO Video Roundup – Connect.JS

CTO Video Roundup – Connect.JS
I was invited to speak at Connect.JS down in Atlanta, GA on ES6 and React. While those videos will take a little bit of time to be released, here’s my rundown of my awesome experience in the Peach State. Links: How to Learn –  https://speakerdeck.com/airportyh/how-to-learn Dealing with JavaScript errors –  https://twitter.com/johnkpaul/status/655452473054904320 Machina.js –  http://machina-js.org/ Facebook ...

InRhythm is Scaling Scaled Agile

05. October 2015 Agile & Lean 0
InRhythm is Scaling Scaled Agile
No one needs to prove that Agile is a modern delivery framework. According to VersionOne’s State of Agile Survey for 2015, 94% of all organizations surveyed are practicing Agile. In addition, 45% of respondents worked in development organizations where the majority of their teams are Agile. Contrast this with the 2009 report: only 31% of ...