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What Matters, Episode 16: Remotely Successful with Eamon Leonard

We are excited to announce the latest episode of our podcast What Matters!  In this episode, PJ Hagerty sits down with co-founder of BoundlessHQ , Eamon Leonard, to discuss remote work and what success means in the new way of working. Episode 16: Remotely Successful with Eamon Leonard   In this episode PJ and Eamon discuss …

What Matters, Episode 15: Open Source Fridays with Joram Wilander

Mattermost is and always has been dedicated to Open Source. From the beginning, our engineers have used, contributed to, built, and given back to the Open Source projects. Now we are doing it in an organized way! In this episode, PJ sits down with Senior Engineering Lead Joram Wilander to talk about his new Open …

What Matters, Episode 13: Go and Going to the Community with Gautam Rege

We are excited to announce the latest episode of our podcast What Matters! In this episode, we focus on two of our favorite subjects: Golang and the community. Join PJ as he sits down with Gautam Rege, founder and director at Josh Software and organizer of GopherCon India. Episode 13: Go and Going to the Community …

What Matters, Episode 12: Rocky Linux with Jordan Pisaniello

We are excited to announce the latest episode of our podcast What Matters!  In this episode, PJ Hagerty sits down with Rocky Linux Community Manager Jordan Pisaniello to talk about all things open source and Rocky Linux. Episode 12: Rocky Linux with Jordan Pisaniello Our latest episode finds host PJ Hagerty sitting down with Rocky …

What Matters, Episode 11: Community Chat with Emily Cook

We are excited to announce the latest episode of our podcast What Matters!  In this episode, PJ Hagerty sits down with our own Community Manager, Emily Cook, to chat about what’s going on in the Mattermost community and the tech community in general. Episode 11: Community Chat with Emily Cook  In this episode, PJ and …

Streamlining developer access to Prometheus and Grafana

Our Makefile entry point for developing against the Mattermost Server already tries to simplify things for developers as much as possible. For example, when invoking make run-server, this build tooling takes care of all of the following (among other things!): Downloading a suitable version of mmctl for API-driven command line interaction. Checking your installed Go version to avoid cryptic error messages. Downloading …

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