We received entries that ranged from the hilarious, to the deeply useful, to the mind-blowingly complex. But there could be only one winner and it's ...
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We're delighted to welcome Dan Hubbard to Tines as our Strategic Executive Advisor. Dan shares why this, why Tines, and why now.
Employee Spotlight: Get to know some of the people building Tines and learn more about our company culture.
When a security feature is as vital to a two-person startup as a 200,000-person enterprise, vendors should consider including it as standard.
In this Q&A, we’re finding out more about our Head of Legal, Sarah Irwin, and her day-to-day.
Despite all the pressure they have been under this week, our Community has been sharing useful automations and feedback with each other.
Things have been changing on the engineering team at Tines. With the team continuing to grow in size, we’re getting to the point where we have too many people to treat ourselves as one team with one manager. So, we need to introduce a new role on our team - Engineering Manager.
Seeing a new user on the network trying to access restricted files is certainly something you want to have awareness of, regardless of when it happens. This is where Tines and LimaCharlie, together, can make magic.
To help ensure your expectations are in line with reality, here are ten truths about security automation.
We want to celebrate all of the wonderful ways that our Community uses Tines. From the simple but ingenious to the mind-bogglingly complex. From the mission-critical to tickling your own funny bone. And everything in between.
With the release of MongoDB's Atlas Data API, Tines users, including free Community Edition users, can now run complex queries and aggregation pipelines against MongoDB instances of any scale.
We're delighted to share some improvements we've made to the experience of editing Liquid.
We’ve made searching more intuitive and powerful. Search now has a dedicated section within Tines, giving more space to view results.
We’ve redesigned our website and our brand. Here’s a quick look at some of the changes and our motivation.
A while back, we encountered an odd problem. All of a sudden, building our front-end went from taking a few seconds to taking a few minutes. We felt this most acutely when starting our front-end development server.