As of this writing, Tau Station is about half a million lines of code. Most of that is Perl, a language that is famously concise. Were it written in Java, for example, it would probably clock in at well over a million lines of code. When a codebase gets to this size, it can be very hard to maintain. This is how we manage that complexity.
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It’s holiday season for many right now, including the Tau Station team.
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On 1st of November, we invited Tau Station citizens to a video call with the team. Today’s the day! Read on to see all details.
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This post focuses on our experience of educating on web accessibility across a truly remote team. Read on to gain an insight into how we supported team members spread across Europe and Australia to create an accessible game.
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We’re delighted to announce that the first video trailer for Tau Station is now ready to share. Check it out here:
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This week, The Perl Conference – Glasgow took place with several of our team members attending. Today, we want to share some impressions with you, including videos of our team’s presentations as well as some photos.
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For the week of August 13 through August 17, 2018, part of Tau Station’s backend development team will be in lovely Glasgow, Scotland, attending The Perl Conference – Glasgow. There are major Perl events held worldwide every month and this is one of our favorites.
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Today, the Open Alpha has been available for 100 days. What a journey.
Definitely not a swift one but an amazing one nonetheless.
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Hello, citizens. MrVoidKnight here. My 6 month internship at Tau Station is nearly over. I will say farewell soon and won’t simply disappear silently. To begin this process, in this blog post I’ll be sharing with you some insight about me, the work I did during the internship, and how it was a great professional and personal experience. I hope you will enjoy!
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