This blog has been more difficult to write than any paper I’ve been assigned at Rose-Hulman. In part, because I’m trying to sum up a few months of experiences in just a few paragraphs - but also because this post marks the end of my internship here at PactSafe. I hope this blog post does my time at this wonderful company justice. Well, here it goes…
Finding a cool tech gift for the developer on your list is hard enough, yet alone figuring out what they want in their world of coding.
At PactSafe, we spend a large amount of our time thinking about this. The fact of the matter is that no matter how cool a software idea is, if implementation is a hassle—developers are not going to be sprinting towards adoption.
Box CEO, Aaron Levie tells us, "We're entering an era of enterprise software where I want to be able to mix and match my tools from a set of vendors that might be five, 10, 20 different applications that I want to work together seamlessly."
So how do we make that happen? Through integrating third-party solutions with our own products.
The core of our customer base are developers at companies of all sizes—they are the folks in the trenches writing the code that businesses rely on for all sorts of business purposes. That's why making PactSafe easy to integrate has been a huge focus for us from day one. Today, I'm excited to announce that we've taken huge strides to make those integrations even easier with the launch of our Node.js SDK and Java SDK, an OAuth 2 authorization flow, and the Beta release of our PactSafe for Zapier integration.
From vampires and witches on Halloween to stuffing induced food comas and onward—it seems as the season of holiday spending has snuck up on us once again.
Lately, we have been encouraging lawyers and companies to check, double check, and re-check their privacy policies and terms of service to make sure they are enforceable.
And that is extremely vital when working to protect your interests while maintaining your reputation as an honest, trustworthy, customer-friendly company. (Have no clue what I’m talking about? Read it again!)
But rest assured, we have not forgotten the developers; the crux of the operation that make digital businesses a reality!