In this article, we’re shedding light on Wrike’s technology stack — how it used to be and how we envision its future. We’ll explain why we chose Dart as the main language for frontend development five years ago and how we’ll change our tech stack in the future.
This article will be of interest to anyone who develops complex apps with a computing-heavy front end while fighting for their customers and better performance. Wrike’s front-end team leaders, Igor Zubov and Alexey Sharov, share their first-hand experience in the matter.
Every day we have roughly 250+ engineers developing Wrike. We create new features, optimize existing ones, and take care of the quality of the code. Code style, code ownership, code analytics, unit tests, and internal R&D directions are common practices at Wrike.
Based on Pyjama Talk #13 with Jane Honey (Intercom) and Anton Danilov (Wrike), hosted by Evgeny Kot (Wrike)
While product management (PM) positions are subject to metrics, like programmers or UI designers, they also require the ability to be creative in your approach. Developing adjacent skills and feats is an…
The 5th DartUP conference happened on December 4th and 5th, 2020. We wish we could gather people around, invite speakers from around the world and throw an afterparty afterwards, and you know what — we did it all online! …
Living in 2020 is tough. Many of us are dealing with around the clock meetings, calls, and online events — not to mention the countless course ads urging you to upskill in your spare time. Digital life can be exhausting, right? That’s why we’re inviting you to join “Pyjama Talks.”
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How do you survive a fight with technical debt? What should you do if you have a severe legacy? In this article, I’ll share three cases with advice on how to organize working processes with technical debt and which engineering approaches to use.
My name is Denis, and I’m the backend team lead at Wrike. I’m responsible for delivery in my team and for developers growth in several teams. I gained almost all of my working experience in financial technology. I also worked for two large banks before working with Wrike. At banks…
On April 24, Wrike announced a public release of a new feature titled Spaces. The ultimate goal of Spaces is to improve teamwork in the task manager and to make navigation inside the product more elegant and easy-to-use, thus making processes more organic and transparent. Read on to learn how…