In this first post on how we test software at Quid, my aim is to tease out different layers of testing built into our development process, and to call out when, where and how tests should be added, and most importantly, who should come up with them.
Earlier this year, the Technology team at Quid participated in the second Quidathon. The two day event was particularly memorable as it was the last bit of innovation in our old office. As with each Quidathon, there are only two rules: learn something new and have fun! Projects can range anywhere from implementing prototypes of […]
Search at Quid is recognized as one of the most valuable yet challenging areas within our product. It serves as the vehicle through which our users first engage with the product, and also serves as an integral part in helping our users derive insight. The results from a user search are fed to both our network […]
Quid strives to power human intuition by delivering vast quantities of data and their connections through network visualizations. Those networks are usually made of nodes and edges. Lots of them. To enable our customers to visualize, navigate and manipulate these big networks in their browser, a question naturally arises: how can we render those nodes […]
Quid hosted its first internal hackathon, a Quidathon, back in late November. Teams of engineers, product managers, and designers had 48 hours to see their ideas become a reality. We required only two things of participants. First, have fun! And second, attempt to learn something new. Before our two day event was over, the entire […]