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    Thanks For Warming Up Our New Digs!

    Thanks to everyone who came out to help us celebrate our new Harvest HQ in Soho, NYC!  We had a great mix of people, a bountiful array of food and drink (everything from cheese, meats, and crackers, wine, beer, apple cider and cider donuts, pumpkin...

    Join Us For the Ride. We’re Hiring.

    It’s been three and a half years since we launched Harvest.  What started as a side business for our design studio has grown into a trusted brand and service used by thousands of businesses and freelancers around the world.  It’s gratifying to know...

    Go Behind-the-Scenes With Us At SXSW Panels

    In March 2010, thousands of designers, developers, writers, and thinkers will descend on Austin, TX for the annual SXSW Interactive Festival.   The five-day conference will host a wide-range of speakers and panelist to discuss trends, issues, and...

    FutureRuby: A Programming Conference with Breadth

    Just over a week ago I attended FutureRuby in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. From the single track of talks to the significant-other program to the unique post-conference parties, I have never participated in a better conference. I was especially pleased...

    Ruby Denial of Service patch breaks BigDecimal to_f method

    Harvest is built on the Ruby on Rails web framework, as such we constantly monitor for security issues with the framework and the language itself. A Ruby Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability was announced almost 24 hours ago. The security of...

    Be Defensive When Developing Against the Twitter API

    Our humble apologies for yesterday’s hiccup, which saw thousands of Twitter expense and time entries duplicated in Harvest accounts which were linked to Twitter. We most regret the thousands of emails we delivered to your inboxes. The good news is...
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