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Life at Resolver

A developer team’s approach to not having a Product Manager

Back in July of this year, our Product Manager here in the Consumer Team at Resolver moved on to a new job. This was a great loss both for us and the wider company and we knew that it would take several months to find and recruit the right person for the job. During the […]

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Technical

Creating a Gem in Ruby: a Jewelcrafting guide for Developers

What is a Gem? Gems are small chunks of code used to perform specific duties without interfering with, or becoming a direct part of our code. The code required for a gem will still be a part of our project’s ecosystem, but we will ultimately remove some overhead, and avoid unnecessary duplication by using a […]

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Technical

Using Awesomplete for auto-complete inputs

Awesomplete is a front-end autocomplete tool that compares a user’s input to a defined data list, and if it recognises the input will make suggestions for the user to choose from. We chose to use the Awesomplete tool in the Accord team while building the journey to enable users to create and submit their dispute. […]