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FullStory delivers 411% ROI to an enterprise retailer according to a new Total Economic Impact study

How an enterprise retailer that deploys FullStory's digital experience analytics platform saw ROI of 411% and payback in under three months.

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Building APIs with the AWS CDK + Lerna + Webpack: Part 2

How Lerna and Webpack can be used to better manage the AWS CDK code used to deploy your back-end services.

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Technical program management: Why we started a TPM team at FullStory

The Technical Program Manager is responsible for building and operating high-impact, cross-functional programs that span the entire organization.

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Easing component discovery with our babel annotate React plugin

With our babel plugin, you can identify page elements for end-to-end testing and understand user behavior while protecting privacy in your React apps.

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Writing a Filebeat output plugin

How to write an output plugin for filebeat using the Go programming language. Filebeat is an open source tool by elastic.co.

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gRPCui: Don’t gRPC without it!

We built gRPCui, a graphical user interface, to reduce friction and be more intuitive than a command-line interface. Here's how gRPC can be useful.

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Migrating from Google Cloud tasks to cloud Pub/Sub

How we live-migrated traffic across all services from Google Cloud Tasks to Cloud Pub/Sub (while avoiding disruption to our customers).

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Is go duck-typed?

In programming languages, duck typing can be approximated as the application of the duck test to objects. Here we explore if go is duck typed.

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Why you should be using errgroup.WithContext() in your Golang server handlers

How using errgroup.WithContext() can shave a few more milliseconds off of your end user latencies.

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