Flow Engineering wants to modernize the hardware engineering design process
Software engineers have a host of tooling to organize their projects, chief being Git software like GitLab or GitHub, but hardware engineers today lack that same organizing principle. They are stuck w
PassiveLogic, which creates digital twins of building systems, raises $15M
PassiveLogic, a startup developing a platform to autonomously control building systems, today announced that it raised $15 million from Brookfield Growth, the investment arm of asset management firm B
How Plaid’s CTO grew his engineering team 17.5x in 4 years
How did a growing company like Plaid scale the engineering team 17.5x in four years and keep everything in working order? We talked to CTO Jean-Denis Greze to get some answers.
Google Cloud now lets you suspend and resume VMs
Google Cloud today launched its Suspend/Resume feature for virtual machines into general availability. Before it launched this feature as an alpha a couple of years ago, the only option developers had
Infrastructure bill could promote lean construction via data capture
Construction crews’ job site knowledge is rich with insights, and technology can convert these insights into process benchmarks to improve performance, validate workers’ skills and plan projects.
Ali Partovi has a new accelerator promising to connect founders with star engineers
Ali Partovi prides himself on the many relationships he has built throughout Silicon Valley as a highly successful entrepreneur and investor. For example, two years ago, Partovi launched a program thr
Fast-growing livestream shopping platform Whatnot acquires Pastel Labs, hires VP of engineering
Livestream shopping platform Whatnot has come a long way from being run out of a garage in Phoenix to now a 120-person company, valued at $1.5 billion, that’s expected to grow to over 300 people
Jellyfish aims to ‘do for engineering what Salesforce did for sales’
Jellyfish essentially pioneered the term “engineering management” to provide a software tool for insight into engineering organizations, including what they are working on and how they operate.
UK-based Virtuoso raises $13.3M Series A led by Paladin Capital to automate software testing
U.K.-based software testing startup Virtuoso has raised a $13.3 million Series A round led by Paladin Capital. The round was joined by Mubadala Capital as well as existing U.K. investors Crane Venture
Monograph raises $20M Series B to help designers and architects manage their operations
Monograph, a startup providing a cloud-based platform for architecture and design professionals to manage their projects, announced today that it has raised $20 million in its Series B funding round.
CodeSignal secures $50M for its tech hiring platform
The company’s technical assessment technology is a “flight simulator for developers,” that gives candidates a score based on a simulated evaluation of their skills.
Facebook engineers develop new open source time keeping appliance
Most people probably don’t realize just how much our devices are time driven, whether it’s your phone, your laptop or a network server. For the most part, time keeping has been an esoteric
FireHydrant announces $23M Series B to grow disaster management platform
No matter how carefully you set up your systems, sooner or later something fundamental breaks. How you react during those times and how quickly you respond to the crisis is what people remember after
Liquid Instruments raises $13.7M to bring its education-focused 8-in-1 engineering gadget to market
Part of learning to be an engineer is understanding the tools you’ll have to work with — voltmeters, spectrum analyzers, things like that. But why use two, or eight for that matter, where one
Wireless-charging tech developer Powermat pivots to industrial applications with Jetsons Robotics partnership
When the two-year-old Indian company Jetsons Robotics began searching for a partner to help design charging stations for their autonomous rooftop solar installation cleaning robots, the Israeli compan
Construyo scores €2M to connect the architecture, engineering and construction industry
Construyo, a Berlin-based startup that offers a “holistic” project management service that connects the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, has raised €2 million i
What recruiters are saying about the tech job market right now
Given the endless drumbeat of layoff announcements — with deep cuts by Airbnb and Uber garnering much of the industry’s attention this week — it’s reasonable to wonder: what ha
Top VCs discuss how COVID-19 is impacting robotics
In the space of several weeks, COVID-19 has transformed countless industries and will continue to do so in ways we can only imagine. The pandemic has also spurred many to find new ways to work and kee
$4 million richer, Walrus.ai has a pitch for companies looking for QA-testing tools
The co-founders of Walrus.ai, a new software company that raised $4 million in a new round of financing from Homebrew, Felicis Ventures and Leadout Capital, started their business with one problem. Ja
Pinpoint releases dashboard to bring visibility to software engineering operations
As companies look for better ways to understand how different departments work at a granular level, engineering has traditionally been a black box of siloed data. Pinpoint, an Austin-based startup, ha