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Friday’s favorite things: July 1st

Every Friday we round up some of our favorite finds on the web, from illustrations and videos to fonts and photography. This week, we checked out cool t-shirt designs. Jay is for Jungle UK-based illustrator Jay Barnham loves colorful and adventurous creations like this bold all-over t-shirt design that he…

Tool tips with Michael Van Camp

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Director of Operations, Michael Van Camp. Working tool I spend a lot of time working at the Unix command prompt and iTerm 2 on Mac just makes it…

Tool tips with Suneetha Lakkaraju

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Staff Engineer, Suneetha Lakkaraju. Working tool Being a backend developer I use Postman to test all my APIs. It is a super cool lightweight app that allows me…

Photos from last night’s CODE screening

Last night, Hightail hosted a free screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap at the Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco. CODE is a remarkable documentary about the lack of female and minority engineers in the tech world and how that gap can be closed. The film was introduced by its director, Robin Hauser Reynolds, who…

Debugging tech’s gender gap for a sustainable future

Later today, Hightail is hosting a free screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap at the Alamo Drafthouse in San Francisco. This remarkable documentary takes a deep dive into the tech world’s lack of female and minority engineers and shows how this gap can be closed. Throughout most of my…

Tool tips with Victor Becerra

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Enterprise Technical Support Engineer, Victor Becerra. Working tool Working in Hightail’s Enterprise Support requires me to use a handful of tools and resources to troubleshoot and resolve issues…

Volunteer Day 2016

Last week, we left our desks and went to help out a couple of very worthy non-profit organizations in our local community. Here are some highlights of what Hightail got up to on Volunteer Day. Resource Area for Teachers (RAFT) RAFT is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming teaching and…

Tool tips with Yana Gektin

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Senior Software Engineer, Yana Gektin. Working tool As an engineer working in a fast paced development environment, optimizing productivity in performing my daily tasks is key. I find…

Tool tips with Kunal Ghosh

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Senior Staff Data Warehouse Engineer, Kunal Ghosh. Working tool In my role as Senior Staff Data Warehouse Engineer, I almost always use DbVisualizer for database access. I prefer…

Tool tips with Chen Fang

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Software Engineer, Chen Fang. Working tool Carpenter needs his shining saw. Blacksmith loves his rocky hammer. But what does a typical software engineer have aside from a disciplined smart…

Tool tips with Jason Dillard

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Customer Support Representative, Jason Dillard. Working tool The tool that helps me be a more effective Support Rep is join.me. I love being able to solve customer issues…

Tool tips with Lance Hudson

Tool tips is a regular series where Hightail employees share their life’s most essential apps, online services and websites. Next up is Automation Engineer, Lance Hudson. Working tool I spend most of my time looking at or editing files of all types. For that I always turn to Atom. Made by…

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