If you’ve been following our blog for the last few months, you might remember a post back in October that described why we decided to take an event-driven microservice approach to our architecture. That blog was mainly about microservices in general, and we promised...
Renxia as he develops the agriculture software of the future. This month, we wanted to give our audience a peek behind the curtain at what it’s like to be an engineer at PickTrace. We decided to do a sit down interview with Renxia Wang, our Senior Software Engineer,...
Hello again! Since our last post, our team has grown quite a bit — 30 percent! We’ve added some backend talent from Amazon and Cornerstone, and they’re already cranking out code. We wanted to make this post about microservices and their pluses and minuses,...
Hello and welcome to our first PickTrace engineering blog post! This will be where we post all of our technical challenges and insights that we encounter along the way while we create the best software for agriculture the world has ever seen (at least, that’s the...
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