Folks, we are extremely happy to announce that as of today, one week after launch, the Score project has already collected over 250 stars!
First, we would like to extend our gratitude to the fantastic open-source community and developers who have been of great help in giving us feedback early on and sharing the repositories with their peers.
Our Slack channel is growing and we can’t wait now for our first community meeting: you can find all the relevant information in the #general channel!
To check what’s ahead of us, consult our roadmap and join our Slack channel, and don’t forget: comments, questions and any sort of feedback is greatly appreciated and can be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The team behind Score
The idea for Score organically formed from looking at hundreds of delivery setups, across engineering orgs of all sizes (from startups to Fortune 100). We have all been involved in platform engineering and developer tooling for the past decade, in one way or another.Some of us built Internal Developer Platforms at the likes of Google, Apple or IBM, some come from the IaC side of things and played leading roles at companies like Hashicorp.
We all share the vision of developer and workload-centric development. We want to reduce cognitive load on developers and make sure engineers can spend their time coding and shipping features, instead of fighting config files.