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Last week I spent a couple of days writing code @stripe. We think about and invest a lot in our internal developer experience. Having spent >10 yrs at Google I like to think I have a high bar. But last week's experience was substantially better than anything I've seen at scale.
Examples: every engineer has their own devbox with a realistic environment provisioned by tools; we built a static typechecker for #Ruby and it has a beautifully intuitive syntax and finds real problems quickly. Try it: more:
We embrace and extend the best tools in the industry - we've built on top of @code as our main editor over the last year and use community extensions + some of our own to streamline key use cases - easy to run unit tests inline, a debugger that actually works, etc
Deploying code to production (and monitoring its health) is as simple as pushing a button in Github enterprise once your pull request is reviewed.
Needless to say, we're hiring! If you'd like to work with, or on, any of this:
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