[https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=dHGiB6oqD0U] Procore recently helped host and run Hackathon by the Sea for girls in the Santa Barbara community--an event hosted for young women who are interested in exploring computer engineering and learning more about the technology industry. Below are a few
Heidi Helfand is Director of Engineering Excellence at Procore Technologies. She is also the author of the book Dynamic Reteaming, the Art and Wisdom of Changing Teams and is an international keynote speaker in the software industry. Heidi recently lead the Operational Excellence event for Procore's R&
A new way to format and serialize APIs. Blueprinter [https://github.com/procore/blueprinter] is a declarative and fast Ruby object to JSON serializer, an alternative to solutions like Active Model Serializers [https://github.com/rails-api/active_model_serializers]. Why build another serializer? When we began writing Blueprinter, existing options
Making Redux Saga scalable with TDD, SOLID principles and the Narrator Design Pattern There and Back Again... Asynchronous code is hard. Talking to a server is one of the most critical parts of a modern web application, and being able to write tests around this communication layer is imperative. The
Last week, Procore sponsored the Grace Hopper Conference and gave developers from Research and Development the opportunity to attend. Twenty-five of them decided to go and promote Women in Construction [https://www.procore.com/wic/], Women in Engineering, and Diversity & Inclusion. The Grace Hopper Conference is the world'
This article was originally published on Procore's corporate blog [http://hq.procore.com/]. Construction is changing. While paper and pencils may seem pervasive in the industry, their days are numbered as new forms of technology make capturing, reporting and managing information much easier. But evolution brings a new
Procore provides a suite of project management tools for teams collaborating to build large-scale construction projects. The tools allow our customers to share access to critical items like documents, scheduling systems, and data. We offer a native iOS app for our customers to access their documents from iPhones and iPads.
Women Who Code Connect 2017, recently held its 2nd annual conference at the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco. Women Who Code [https://www.womenwhocode.com/about] is an international non-profit committed to inspiring women to succeed in tech careers. The nonprofit has chapters all over the world dedicated to supporting
At Procore, PostgreSQL is our workhorse. The nature of our product - a very large suite of enterprise business management tools for the construction industry - requires a fully normalized relational database with over 600 tables, and we keep adding more. Our traffic peaks predictably every weekday morning as an
Nothing is free; everything comes with a cost. As developers, many might not acknowledge it, but we are always making trade-offs. With every new line of code we write, we are compromising the integrity of the system. The changes we make affect the complexity, stability, performance, flexibility, and cost to
Procore Engineering is working on products our clients in the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry use to build hospitals, sports stadiums, schools, apartment buildings, and skyscrapers more efficiently, with improved communication and collaboration. I’ve had the pleasure of leading our Engineering team since 2008. My perspective is one