Introducing sudo ISL

Over the past 8 years, a lot has changed at ISL. The engineering team is no exception. What started as a few scrappy hackers is now a top tier software team capable of standing toe-to-toe with the best. Along the way, we’ve done all of the things that great teams do: we’ve built amazing things for our clients, contributed to open source projects, hosted conferences, and written countless blog posts. At a recent team meeting it became apparent that we weren’t doing a good enough job sharing code as we would like. It seems that long-form posts made their way to the blog just fine, but dev-centric topics and hard-core code didn’t have a home.

Today I’m pleased to announce the launch of sudo ISL—the new ISL Engineering blog (view the source). Here you’ll find code snippets, config files, and all other things dev. We’ll be publishing early and often, and keeping the length to a minimum. And don’t worry, we’ll still be writing for the main ISL Blog as well.

Thanks for reading, and stay tuned!

—Joseph Abrahams, VP of Engineering