engineers

Binary Code

We’ve all seen articles and blog posts suggesting that lawyers should learn to program. Some contend that this knowledge will allow litigators to remain relevant, especially as artificial intelligence’s purview widens. Others say this learning will help lawyers meet their professional conduct responsibility to understand technology. Curious what legal technologists thought, we asked them: Do
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Netbeans Plugin Commits

We’ve written before about how much we value open source software and about two of our contributions: a utility library for handling UTF-8 and a Typescipt plugin for Netbeans. The importance of open source has been capably and thoroughly described by others. Less thoroughly documented is the how teams can optimize open source code contributions.
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Engineer Victor at Work

One thing that makes our company and our litigation software different is our priorities. We put good engineering first, and we owe much to the talent of our software developers. Every day, they build and improve the Everlaw platform to meet the needs of users. Curious about the secret lives of our coders? Here’s more
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Typescript Plugin Netbeans

Everlaw is committed to using and contributing to open-source software. Participating in the global network of millions of open-source developers helps us bring the most advanced and efficient technologies to the legal space. Today, we are releasing a substantial new open-source project that has broad applicability to developers of every stripe, not just those working
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Open Source Software

We at Everlaw love open-source software. We build off of open-source tools for our application server, database, search engine, front-end framework, and more. What that means is that we don’t reinvent the wheel each time we write a new feature. Just as attorneys start a contract with an existing template and then customize it for
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Engineers vs. Druids in Law

In the legal industry, the Engineer versus Druid dichotomy is an interesting one.  These names come from a familiar aphorism: ‘There are two kinds of fools: one who says this is old and therefore good, and the other who says this is new and therefore better.‘ The former are called Druids and the latter Engineers.
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Reviewing Spreadsheets

It’s no secret that our company is engineering-heavy. We spend a lot of time discussing, building, and improving custom features for our ediscovery platform. This calendar year, we’ve already released twenty-six new features or major improvements! With all of this new functionality, I was curious what the team members thought were the coolest features we
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