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RT Insights | April 27, 2022

How to Break Down Information Silos and Why It Matters

“Removing information silos can also increase innovation by pollinating ideas across a broad range of perspectives. You get diverse perspectives, backgrounds, experiences, and cultural input, which helps uncover blind spots and makes solutions stronger.”

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Tech Republic | April 14, 2022

How to improve hiring and retention of software developers

What do software developers want out of their careers in 2022? According to a recent survey by Stack Overflow, 39% want to work with the latest technologies. This is where open source can help.

The open source community provides many of the new technologies developers enjoy. The community is responsible for introducing popular programming languages like Go, JavaScript and Rust, which make it easier for developers to create code and produce high-quality work at high speed. Without open source we would not have cloud services like AWS, GCP or Digital Ocean.

Open source acts as a force multiplier for projects. Applications can be built and delivered faster with the aid of community contributions. Developers can also customize their technology stacks, optimize productivity and experiment with and learn new techniques from other open source projects. With all of these capabilities, it’s no wonder that one of the main reasons companies adopt and embrace open source is to increase developer satisfaction.

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Forbes | April 8, 2022

How CIOs Can Help (Or Hurt) Your Ability To Hire And Retain Software Developers

In the world of remote work, when organizations skimp on developer collaboration (i.e., by asking engineers to use general collaboration tools for specialized, mission-critical functions), they can often end up in a downward spiral for tech talent.

As just one example, without actionable playbooks being integrated into workflows, incidents will likely continue to pull the wrong engineers into panicked conference calls. Processes and leadership won’t be clear. Half the time, incidents actually get worse as lack of context leads to the wrong actions being taken. Remediations can be slow and painful. Frustrated and exhausted, your best engineers will likely leave, taking their institutional knowledge with them. As the downward spiral accelerates, it will be harder than ever to backfill their roles, and your engineering managers will probably leave as well.

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Press Releases

May 3, 2022

Mattermost Wins AFWERX Phase II SBIR Award to Expedite U.S. Air Force Adoption and Implementation of Secure Collaboration Platform

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March 1, 2022

Mattermost Named an Innovator in the 2022 Aragon Research Globe™ for Team Collaboration

 Mattermost today announced it was named an Innovator in the 2022 Aragon Research Globe™ for Team Collaboration.

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December 14, 2021

Mattermost Unveils Definitive Report on the State of Developer Productivity “Unblocking Workflows: The Guide to Developer Productivity – 2022 Edition”

The Mattermost Guide to Developer Productivity is an exclusive report based on the findings of a survey of over 300 developers, as well as an extensive assessment of the software development landscape to uncover key trends, points of interest, and challenges. In addition to identifying consistent developer productivity blockers, the report also highlights how high-performing engineering and developer teams typically overcome these common challenges to be more productive and efficient in order to ship and deliver innovative software.

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