ASICS Digital (formerly Runkeeper) Company Updates | Glassdoor

Company Updates

  • Andy Keitch provides an excellent overview of some the cool sneakers we have and how they get made. Who knew we had such cool products, right?

    The never-ending cycle of a sometimes sorta sporadic sneakerhead shoe lover: Volume 1

    First off, lemme just get this out of the way now. I am a sneakerhead. Not a sneakerhead anyways. I have never waited in line outside of a sneaker store overnight or been to SneakerCon. I have never bought and resold a single pair?-?ever. BUT I can (and do) talk shoes all day.

  • Want to know the best ways of scoring an interview with ASICS Digital? Our Sr Recruiter Joe Noordzij provides insights on how to make your next application successful. Click the link below.

    5 Steps to Scoring an Interview - ASICS Digital - Medium

    Finding a new job. You spend hours online looking at different job postings, fine-tuning your resume and chasing recruiters, just to get a "thanks, but no thanks." So what can we do to put the odds in your favor? First of all, every company has a different recruiting strategy.

  • The ASICS Digital blog has returned. Len Khudisman, our QA Lead, writes about an incident at a previous job where he had to resurrect missing blog posts (and learned a thing or two in the process).

    Resurrection of a Blog - ASICS Digital - Medium

    The ASICS Digital blog was created to share our team's experiences, insights and ideas with you. Kicking things off is our first contributor Len Khudisman, QA Lead. Here, he writes about an incident at a previous job where he had to resurrect missing blog posts (and learned a thing or two in the process).

  • Chris Bulger, our Director of Product, shares his philosophy on building great products on http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ2h5

    It's A Long Winding Road When Building A Great Product

    A Product teams primary focus is to build a product that solves its user's most significant problems, which also generates a successful and repeatable business model. To develop a great product you first need to know where you are, where you want to get to, and how you'll go about getting there.

  • Trying to put together an onboarding plan? See Mike's, our VP of Engineering, top tips.

    Better short term goals for new engineering hires - Mike Oliver - Medium

    As a manager, one of the most impactful things you can do is successfully onboard a new hire. A good onboarding experience will get new engineers contributing to the code, team, and product, and will hopefully set the stage for a successful run for the next few years.

  • Trying to break into Tech Companies? Here is some advice from our VP of Engineering.

    How Do You Get Into Tech? - Runkeeper: Everyone. Every Run. - Medium

    I've received this question in one form or another multiple times over the past few years. Most recently, it was posed to me in the following way on LinkedIn: It's an interesting question that I have strong feelings about, as I find it very rewarding to help people learn coding and software engineering.

  • Trying to break into Tech Companies? Here is some advice from our VP of Engineering.

    How Do You Get Into Tech? - Runkeeper: Everyone. Every Run. - Medium

    I've received this question in one form or another multiple times over the past few years. Most recently, it was posed to me in the following way on LinkedIn: It's an interesting question that I have strong feelings about, as I find it very rewarding to help people learn coding and software engineering.

  • Striking a balance between organization and flexibility in our Git Flow

    Our Git Flow - Mike Oliver - Medium

    One of the more critical processes for a software engineering team is the team's git flow. The git flow defines what code goes where, and helps add clarity for how code goes through each step of the release process.

  • Thinking about applying to be an Engineering Co-op at Runkeeper? Hear what previous Co-ops have thought about their time here.

    Demystifying Buzzwords: a Candid Glimpse into Life as a Co-op

    Experiential learning has long been an integral part of the Northeastern experience. The school received a record 51,014 undergraduate applications in 2016, undoubtedly thanks in part to growing acclaim for the co-op program. As an alumnus, I can personally attest to its unique value: graduating with a Bachelor's degree in addition to 18 months of relevant work experience is an incredible way to start your career.

  • Our Director of Engineering, Phil Connaughton, highlights some of the development tools he uses at Runkeeper throughout his day.

    The tools I use for faster development - Runkeeper: Everyone. Every Run.

    At Runkeeper we are constantly looking for tools to improve our development process. Steps we can take to code faster and save time is constantly at the forefront of our minds. Back in 2013 a presentation I saw by Ben Scheirman at CocoaConf on the tools he used in his workflow helped me improve.

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