Introducing 2 Open Source Project Management Tools for Modern Development Teams

Posted by Jeremy Laskar on March 22, 2018 • Read More »

Here at Disqus, we use Trello as our project management tool of choice. Trello lets us plan out our projects in ways that make sense to both developers and product managers. Trello’s Power-Ups library let us integrate Trello with our other existing tools so that they can work seamlessly together.

Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re open-sourcing two internal tools our team uses to get more done with Trello.

The Winter 2018 Disqus HackWeek Recap

Posted by Tony Hue on January 11, 2018 • Read More »

To kick off the new year, Disqus hosted a hackathon recently where teams worked on various projects to explore new ideas, solve interesting problems, and build something cool. At the end of the week, teams demoed their projects to the company who voted for their favorites.

Here are four of the most interesting projects that came out of the hackathon. Let us know what you think in the comments below! If you missed the recap of our last HackWeek, visit this blog post here to learn more.

Poll: What is Your Favorite Disqus Hackweek Project?

Posted by Mario Paganini on November 14, 2017 • Read More »

Over the summer we had our annual Disqus Hackweek. We already wrote about the projects that our team hacked away about. Now we want to hear from you:

Developing Toxicity-fighting technology at Disqus

Posted by Lauren Maruschak on August 02, 2017 • Read More »

Earlier this year, we committed to fighting hate speech and began taking the first steps toward curbing toxicity on Disqus. As a Product Analyst, I focus on developing technology to facilitate good content. Our goals for this technology are to enhance community management tools for moderators, give users more power to address abuse and toxic comments within the communities they participate in, and improve the internal tools that our Abuse team uses for reviewing reported content that violates our Terms and Policies.

Protecting Users' Privacy on Disqus

Posted by BYK (Burak Yiğit Kaya) on February 27, 2017 • Read More »

Here at Disqus, we love our users. We also respect our users and their privacy too. Over the years, we’ve introduced stronger privacy controls such as honoring the Do Not Track setting in browsers, implementing Content Security Policy headers to protect you from any possible XSS attacks, and supporting a solution for loading Disqus over HTTPS. Our Home and moderation interfaces are already HTTPS-only, and now we are proud to announce that our commenting system, Engage, is also HTTPS-only.

Disqus hacks the roadmap: June 2016 Recap

Posted by Tony Hue on July 11, 2016 • Read More »

Last month, we hosted an internal two-day hackathon at Disqus HQ. Unlike your typical anything-goes hackathon, “Hack the Roadmap”—as we dubbed it—aimed to enable anyone at Disqus to explore projects and ideas that may be immediately relevant or considered in our future roadmap.

The paper plane proof: our uplifting story of client-side JavaScript bucketing

Posted by gabalafou on June 25, 2015 • Read More »

Contributors: Ernest Wong, Charles Covey-Brandt, and Michael Maltese

Organized Nerd Fights: How We Hack

Posted by gabalafou on August 01, 2014 • Read More »

It's like 10:30 pm and I'm still in the office.

A love affair with Cassandra

Posted by George Courtsunis on December 16, 2013 • Read More »

Cassandra is a highly scalable distributed database that we use in a variety of applications. It powers such things as loading the Disqus comment system, to our real-time Promoted Discovery product. We love the tool and have decided to help users of Cassandra get better connected to the community by hosting the Datastax Cassandra SF Users meetup at Disqus HQ.

Disqus Hackathon

Posted by Jeff Pollard on November 05, 2013 • Read More »

In office team dinner during the Hackathon.

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