Posts by Chanie Hyde

Meet Thuy: Splitrock Studio Office Manager

Thuy is one of the most important people to work at Splitrock Studio, since she is in charge of how stocked with milk and coca-cola the fridge is. Beverages notwithstanding, we couldn’t live without Thuy and her broad range of...

Meet Alan: Splitrock Studio Co-Founder & CEO

We’d like you to meet our fearless leader, co-founder and Splitrock Studio CEO Alan! He’s not the only Alan to work for Splitrock Studio, but since he was the first to, he gets dibs on all the usernames and handles....

Meet Jesse: Splitrock Studio Backend Dev

Jesse is one of the vital linchpins to our fabulously talented Developer team. Self attested man of few words, when Jesse adds to a discussion he adds a depth of understanding that make others shut-up and pay attention. Quietly calm,...

Meet James: Splitrock Studio Frontend Dev

James is a frontend developer who started with us almost 2 years ago (that’s like 14 in dev years!). Since we’re all about equal opportunity, James managed to land the job despite a lack of beard. This is very strange...

Meet Alan: Macropod Backend Dev

Alan joined the Macropod team in October 2014. With a wealth of experience working with many large corporates and various SMBs and startups, Alan knows his way around various programming languages and frameworks. An avid cyclist, Alan commutes to work...

Meet Sher Rill: Macropod Designer

Sher Rill joined Macropod in May 2015 and has been a breath of fresh air to the team and brand since day one. Her creativity has extended into every part of the Macropod brand, from our new website design to the...

How we escaped Rails using Webpack and React.

In celebration of Camp JS next week, we thought you’d like to check out a talk at last years’ Camp from our very own Macropod developer Conrad Pankoff. Setting off from deep inside the rails asset pipeline, join Conrad as he walks through the...

How Thoughtbubble reduced their feedback loop by 60%.

We’re such happy little vegemites to be able to work with such amazing customers from around the globe. We track bugs and collect client feedback from every continent except Antarctica (Looking at you Mcurdo Station!). It’s pretty cool!

Featured client – Kiwi Digital Creative

Kiwi Digital Creative is a small but mighty digital agency specialising in websites, web applications, mobile apps and creative digital projects. We spoke with Phil Benoit from KiwiDC about how BugHerd fits into their web project management process.