Steve Kaliski
👋 I am Steve Kaliski, an engineer and entrepreneur based in NYC. I love building tools to help people do their jobs. Below are some recent projects I've worked on and posts I've written.


🚧 Incidentapp

Slack app for coordinating and respond to downtime, outages, and other situations. Used by nearly 500 teams. Featured in the Slack App Marketplace as "New and Noteworthy."

🔮 inferossgolang

Execute TensorFlow inferences on images and more in Go.

📌 pinnedossgolang

Date based versioning system for Go HTTP APIs.

📸 abideossgolang

A snapshot testing library for Go.

🔢 numbers.jsossjavascript

Advanced Math library for JavaScript.


Platform Exploration

August 31, 2019

In a world with so many disconnected tools, there’s a battle to become the center of the workflow. And how’re companies approaching this…

Engineering Values as Documentation

August 27, 2019

As engineers we think about documentation quite a bit. The README in our repositories. The comments we leave in our code. The wiki for a…

How to Future-proof your Go API

April 27, 2018

Building and launching an API is great. Maintaining, not so much. I’ll review a number of popular API versioning patterns and their Go…

Maintaining API Versions in Go

February 14, 2018

This past weekend I spent some time working on a proof-of-concept system for building, maintaining, and testing versioned APIs in Go. It’s…

abide: A new testing utility for Go APIs

September 25, 2017

abide: to accept or act in accordance with a rule, decision, or recommendation. Today we’re open sourcing abide, a Go testing utility for…

A weekend of ARKit Hacking

August 29, 2017

This post is way overdue. Whoops. I spent the 4th of July weekend trying to mash two of my favorite things together: Programming 💻 Running…

Develop Development

January 29, 2014

The LAMP stack is starting to get a bit dusty; modern applications are growing vastly more complex, gearing towards service oriented…