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Paris Kasidiaris

Hey 👋, I am Paris. I am the one part running this company. I love creating products for the web. I get excited when I can get my hands dirty end to end, from product design, to web development and DevOps. I try to act like a glue, give direction and then stay out of the way.

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17 July 2024

LAUNCH: Pulses

Pulses is the GitHub App that helps your team get aligned by replacing recurring meetings, like daily stand-ups, with scheduled GitHub discussions.

18 June 2024

The excitement in difficult discussions

Expanding on that statement, companies rarely talk about building resilience by overcoming failures in business.

10 June 2024

Put your signature on your work

There is something deeply human and intimate about putting your signature on your work implying a direct moral responsibility for its results.

1 May 2024

Stick to the non-negotiables

There is no "soft deadline" — there either is a deadline or not. Everything else is noise.

29 April 2024

Working in a T‑shaped team

At LOGIC everyone has a field of expertise, along with sufficient understanding of the whole stack

14 March 2024

Customers should feel exclusiveness

Customers should feel like they are the only ones you have to deal with when they need your company.

22 February 2024

LOGIC is hiring a Marketing Intern

We are excited to announce that we are looking to hire an intern to kick off our marketing operations at LOGIC.

5 February 2024

Supermarket software houses

Supermarket software houses claim to provide all sorts of solutions. They never say no, in exchange for a low bar. LOGIC is not one.

30 January 2024

Getting the basics right

Teams often spend a disproportionate amount of time trying to make their work shiny and impressive, rather than get the basics right and just make it work great for its purpose.

22 November 2023

Consultant lock‑in

Two weeks ago we talked about vendor lock‑in at the Docker Athens meetup. What about consultant lock-in as you move to bare metal?

31 October 2023

Give users their data

I had two incidents last week that, from opposite directions, pointed out to me the importance of being able to export my data from the applications I am using.