Announcing the imminent availability of, FOSS

We’ve been super fortunate with Harrow over the last two years to have built a scalable and sustainable business from our humble beginnings maintaining Capistrano. As we’ve grown we’ve needed capital to stay alive, and our investor round have supported us wonderfully at every step. We’re collectively in a position to give back to the

Harrow on the US west coast!

Our team will be on the west coast of the USA from 07/20 until 10/08 visiting customers, and setting up our presence in the US. Feel free to contact me and arrange a meeting, we’d love to meet you and hear what you’re using Harrow for.

Coming to Harrow from Capistrano

Given our close relationship with Capistrano, many of our users come from that community. Rails developers looking for a complete solution for continuous integration, continuous delivery and general ops and maintenance tasks. We prepared a short video that outlines what makes Harrow unique in the DevOps tooling domain with a special emphasis on the powerful

Faster Continuous Integration with Bundler and

A large part of what makes Ruby on Rails attractive to developers is the sprawling ecosystem of libraries that grew around over the years. There are libraries (called “gems” in the Ruby world) for just about anything: authentication systems, message queues, administrative interfaces to the data model, processing frontend assets, and many more. When tasked

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Provisioning remote machines using Ansible

Systems provisioning with Ansible Various ways of provisioning systems have taken root within the IT industry during the last decade. Exponentially growing IT infrastructure required a paradigm shift away from manual intervention towards automating provisioning and its tasks to the point where it has become a straightforward enterprise. The purpose of Configuration Management Configuration management

Leveraging local interfaces in Go

This article is about leveraging interfaces local to your packages in Go to protect your future self from incidental complexity — problems you’ve created for yourself, that get in the way of solving your actual problems — when developing an application. The examples used in this article are within the context of a typical web

Harrow goes Silicon Valley

We are happy to announce that we are one of the winners of the German Accelerator program! What does that mean? So, one of the founders (and probably me) is going to Silicon Valley for 3 months, plus another 6 months if we do great… It is going to start Q3 or Q4. We will

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