Play SQL

Requirement Yogi is now our best-selling product ever

Requirement Yogi is a tool to manage requirements inside of Confluence. I’m proud to announce that growth has been surprisingly high, customers seem to love it. We’ve already written blogposts about it but here’s the link to the Atlassian Marketplace: We have a diversified portfolio, with recent releases on every product being sold: Play SQL […]

Giving back in 2017

In 2017, Play SQL donated: 1% Revenue to open-source (PostgreSQL, LetsEncrypt) 1% Profits to charity ( 1% Products to non-profit organizations (20 licenses) 1% Time to discuss entrepreneurship in local schools (but that was for my pleasure). 1% Revenue to open-source: Our choice is entirely arbitrary and subjective. Postgres is a database engine. Its progress has been […]

This blog is changing – French and English articles ahead

Hi all, My business is widening and I now display my consulting services on this website. To expand my consulting activities, I’m going to publish articles in French. I think the French market for IT projects has very local customs, especially since it’s been reluctant to Agile for a dozen years. It’s time we evangelize about it, I […]

Security Update: Our servers have been updated

Dear Customers, Today, we were made aware that a severe security leak impacts one of the most used software in the world, OpenSSL. This is a very trusted library involved in encryption for HTTPS. The security breach doesn’t impact SSH. Apache and ngix rely on this implementation, therefore more than 60% of the world’s servers […]

Big News

Dear customers, Today is a special day: We’re transferring ownership from Nicolas Daudin to me, Adrien Ragot. I’ve been working together with Nicolas for the last month. As we provided support, I’ve witnessed the enthusiasm of the user base: With 9 positive reviews on the Marketplace, I’m happy that I’m taking over a healthy plugin […]

Going Live

At the beginning, I just developed it as a hobby: We needed a tool for both automatic and manual testing. Surefire test reports (the JUnit plugin for Maven) were convenient, but they couldn’t be mixed with manual testing for non-automated checks. In the end, I created a database, used PostgreSQL and an ad-hoc plugin for […]