Ryan Dahl created Node.js in 2009, and since then the community behind Node.js grew a lot. Maybe not many people know that he left the Node.js community and development in 2012. From that point, he deleted all his traces from the web, including all repositories in his GitHub account and essentially disappeared. This fresh interview is interesting because after 5 years he left Node.js he is explaining what has he done in the meanwhile and what are his thoughts on various fields (including Node.js) after years of research.
If you are interested in how a big company has managed and improved their process flow, this can be an interesting article for you.
This is the story about the evolution of how Reddit deploys code in production. First, it was a simple “push” script and now it’s a bit more complex and they manage to get 200 deploys per week and each deploy takes less than 10 minutes.
I found very interesting the story of how Airbnb was founded, from the reason why the company is called Airbnb, the many failures they had at the beginning and how they still managed to create a successful company through all the struggle.