subshell Blog

Welcome to the subshell blog! Here you get an insight into everyday work at subshell.

Conference room in the subshell office

One year of the pandemic - A look back at the past year of work at subshell

The pandemic has been with us for just under a year now, and with it, working from home - it's really not a reason to celebrate, but it is an occasion to reflect.

Culture

Hêvi Sari
By Hêvi Sari 2/18/21
Go Mascot  "Gopher" and Source Code for a Go Functional State Machine

Implementing Functional State Machines with Go

Use features of the Go language to improve the clarity of state machine source code.

Technology

Maik Schreiber
By Maik Schreiber 1/15/21
subshell Bell

21 Years of subshell

In April 2020, subshell celebrated its 21st anniversary.

Culture

Hêvi Sari
By Hêvi Sari 8/19/20
Sophora CMS Versioning Scheme: Major-Minor-Patch

The new version scheme of Sophora

With the change from Sophora 2.5 to Sophora 3, the version number scheme changes. With the new version scheme, we try to make it clearer what to expect when upgrading.

SophoraTechnology

Jens Theeß
By Jens Theeß 2/20/20
Oneko User Interface

O-Neko

O-Neko runs within Kubernetes and makes it possible to deploy development states of software.

LabdayTechnology

Team Weasel
By Team Weasel 9/26/19
Teletext mit Sophora

Teletext with Sophora

Old-school technology meets modern software development.

SophoraTechnology

Jan  Rieke
By Jan Rieke 10/11/18
Sophora DeskClient: Synchronize with Editor

Lab Day: And the winner is …

We asked our colleague Carola Christoffel about her winning Lab Day project.

LabdayPeople

Melanie Frischat
By Melanie Frischat 9/10/18
Carola, developer at subshell

Take off with subshell

Carola reports on her start at work.

PeopleCulture

Hêvi Sari
By Hêvi Sari 2/27/18
Child of the author in Hamburg's Planten und Blomen

Project "After Parental Leave"

Gisa on her return to subshell.

CulturePeople

Gisa Stubenrauch
By Gisa Stubenrauch 1/26/18
subshell's JIRA-based Accounting Software "Billi"

JIRA based Accounting and Billing at subshell

Time intensive tasks are the worst thing that can happen to you at work.

Culture

Melanie Frischat
By Melanie Frischat 12/15/17
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