A sneak peek into the minds at Factorial and how we keep it all moving
Engineering Lessons From Football: Scoring Goals in the Game of Collaboration
A delve into the intersection of football dynamics and the world of engineering, drawing parallels that illuminate essential principles for effective teamwork and professional growth. Through vivid comparisons to football gameplay, we explore how strategies employed on the field align with collaborative approaches within engineering teams. From emphasizing the significance of teamwork over individual brilliance to tackling conflicts of ideas rather than personalities, each analogy unlocks invaluable lessons applicable to software development and team dynamics
Business Intelligence as a service — a journey
Your customers call, and they want their data back. How can you give them access without compromising your release cycle, blowing up operations, or breaking the bank? In this article, you can learn about our journey through a couple of iterations, technical details, and all.
How we merged our main repositories into a single monorepo
Get a detailed description of how we merged our main repositories into a single monorepo - the reasons, considerations, dos and don’ts, challenges, and wins.
Sneak Peek Behind the Scenes of MobX
In the first three chapters of the MobX series, we have demonstrated how MobX works. However, in this chapter, we focus a little on how MobX works under the hood. What makes it tick you might say? How does MobX handle state changes internally?
Pau Ramon Revilla
The epiphany: From Individual Contributor to Engineering Manager (and back)
This article gives us insight into the path of an engineer in Factorial who went from an individual contributor position, to an Engineering manager, what helped him, what he learned, and what he took back as he transitioned back into the role of an individual contributor.
Omar Sotillo Franco
Hooks Considered Harmful
Pau Ramon Revilla
Fast validation with A/B testing in Optimize
Fast iteration and validation are part of the day-to-day activities of Growth teams in Factorial. We need to activate levers of growth to boost our conversion rates through the whole funnel. For that reason, we use Google Optimize for A/B testing, so we can have fast validation and implement those changes that are likely to have a huge impact.