Thank you for joining us for our first launch week!
We are so excited to continue shipping game-changing features and improvements that make building internal tools easier and faster than ever.
This week, we announced:
To learn more about the above and catch up on any days you may have missed, check out our launch week page 🚀
For our final day of launch week, we wanted to hand the microphone to our customers to share how they build internal tools in Airplane and spotlight our recent partner events.
How customers use Airplane
At Airplane, our customers are at the core of everything we do. Here’s what some of our customers have to say about working with Airplane.
At Transcend, we are big fans of Airplane. Airplane creates a scalable and secure framework for internal tooling that has made it simple for every team at Transcend to get access to the information they need. Tools like Airplane Postgres, webhooks, and AI built-ins make it simple to prototype new solutions in minutes, not days.
-Mike Farrell, Co-Founder and CTO
Using Airplane has significantly reduced the amount of time we spend on managing internal processes. On-call operations that used to be time-consuming and manual now take just seconds to run in Airplane. Airplane has been extremely helpful in helping us scale our internal infrastructure.
-Prianka Subrahmanyam, Software Engineer (read the full case study here)
AcuityMD and Electronic Caregiver (ECG)
This month, we hosted a discussion with Robert Coe, Co-Founder and CTO of AcuityMD, and Abel Salcido, Deputy CTO of Electronic Caregiver (ECG), on how healthcare companies can maximize operational efficiency through internal tooling without compromising security.
The gradual accumulation of scaling challenges made it clear that we required a solution like Airplane, which simplifies tooling and enhances the user experience. This shift aligned perfectly with the efficiency standards we set for internal tools and allowed us to overcome our scaling challenges more effectively.
-Robert Coe, Co-Founder and CTO of AcuityMD
The conversation covered topics like:
- How to define and measure operational efficiency within teams
- How to think through security and compliance when building internal tools
- Best practices for empowering both technical and non-technical teams with internal tooling
- The impact of AI on building and scaling internal tools
You can listen to the full conversation below or check out the transcript.
Over the past few months, we’ve had the pleasure of hosting events with other amazing developer tooling companies to bring engineering leaders together and share their ideas and visions.
Our panelists Joshua Ma, Founder and CEO of Airplane, Beyang Liu, Co-Founder and CTO of Sourcegraph, and Nikita Shamgunov, CEO of Neon, covered topics such as:
- What are the biggest opportunities for code and AI right now
- How AI-based developer tools are changing the way developers work
- What strategies can help teams adopt new AI technologies effectively
- What ethical considerations engineering leaders should keep in mind when incorporating AI into their developer tools
If you’re looking to join us at our next event to connect with other engineering leaders, be sure to follow our LinkedIn page for the latest event information.
Thank you for joining us this week and making our first launch week a success! We are thrilled to have announced some amazing new features and improvements that will make your experience in Airplane even better.