Posts by Falon Darville
||Falon Darville is a Technical Writer at DISQO and hosts our DISQO Developer webinars. Day-to-day, she manages developer.disqo.com, as well as our internal documentation website. Falon brings a passion for writing intermingled with a fascination for technological concepts and marries the two when she builds documentation. In her spare time, she reads, writes, and runs.
By: Falon Darville March 2nd, 2021
Last year, DISQO started some significant work around defining and acting from our value system. I asked several of my colleagues within our engineering department what experiences come to mind for each of the DISQO values.
By: Falon Darville December 2nd, 2020
DISQO introduced Request for Comments (RFCs) within our engineering department in April 2020. RFCs enable members of our team to propose new products and protocols, and give and receive input on these proposals.
By: Falon Darville November 2nd, 2020
Earlier this year, we all started working exclusively from home. Now, we're checking in with six individuals in the engineering organization to see how it's been for them.
By: Falon Darville October 1st, 2020
In the past couple of months, DISQO has made efforts to address the racial technology terminology in our documentation and code bases. Learn why and how we're executing these efforts.
By: Falon Darville September 1st, 2020
When documentation is difficult to locate, it's a near-guarantee few (if any) will use it. Last year, we devised a plan to bring documentation into immediate accessibility to all tech team members.
By: Falon Darville May 5th, 2020
API consumers succeed when there is robust documentation, as we'll cover here. This article is the first of several that will tackle API design topics in depth.
By: Falon Darville March 18th, 2020
Learn how our mandatory WFH policy is not slowing us down, and how we're using this time to push ourselves to be better communicators and colleagues. We'll also touch on how to avoid burnout during this trying time.
By: Falon Darville January 21st, 2020
We're launching the DISQO Developer Blog and here's a bit about our company, our engineering teams, and what we do on a day-to-day basis.