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[@IndeedEng] How to Get a Job 35 Million Times a Day using RabbitMQ
 
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@IndeedEng March: Wednesday, March 27th Slides available: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeedeng-how-to-get-a-job-35-million-times-a-day-using-rabbitmq The goal of Indeed's aggregation engine is to find and retrieve every job in the world, as quickly and accurately as possible. As we described in our previous tech talk, we strive to build products that are simple, fast, comprehensive, and relevant. The world's most comprehensive job search site is fueled by the more than 35 million job postings we process every day, which we deliver to jobseekers within minutes of discovery. Our original aggregation architecture was implemented using standard patterns. Our growth required levels of scalability, performance, and resilience this architecture simply could not handle. In a case study of scaling for the web, we will discuss how we tackled this problem. We will cover the issues we saw with our original architecture, how we analyzed our options to guide a solution, how we used RabbitMQ as a key component in the new architecture, and benchmarks to evaluate how successful we were. Speaker Ketan Gangatirkar is the development manager responsible for Indeed's continuous deployment infrastructure as well as its aggregation system. Speaker Cameron Davison is a software engineer on the aggregation team at Indeed and a graduate of UT Austin. He re-architected Indeed's aggregation pipeline using RabbitMQ to sustain high write volumes, and continues to improve products in the aggregation system to make it run more efficiently.
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@IndeedEng: Data-Driven Product Design
 
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Advertising pioneer John Wanamaker famously said, "Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half." At Indeed, our experience shows that more than half of product features are not only wasted but actually have a negative impact on user experience. Thanks to rigorous A/B testing we know precisely which half, so we can ensure that every feature we add delivers measurable value. With 100 million monthly unique visitors and 3 billion monthly searches, our data provides empirical answers to (nearly) all of our product questions. In this talk, we will cover: * a motivation for why we A/B test everything * the tools and systems we have developed to measure and analyze test results and the key metrics we focus on, and * multiple case studies illustrating how years of testing has shaped Indeed's design and product thinking. We will include specific examples of how small, overlooked changes have impacted our metrics in significant and unexpected ways, and how implementing simple "no-brainer" updates on our site decreased key business metrics and caused us to re-evaluate our solutions. This talk is for designers, product managers, and engineers from companies of any size who want to understand how data-driven design makes better products. Speakers J Christopher Garcia is the User Experience Lead at Indeed. Chris ensures Indeed's products are easy to use for millions of people all over the world. He has focused on user experience at Indeed for over 6 years. As the company has grown from start-up underdog to the world's leading job search engine, he has contributed to every major product Indeed offers. Chris Hyams is SVP of Product & Engineering at Indeed. Prior to Indeed, Chris was founder of B-Side, an Austin-based company that provided digital distribution, marketing, and analytics technology for the film industry. Prior to B-Side, he was VP of Engineering at Trilogy Software.
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[@IndeedEng] From 1 To 1 Billion: Evolution of Indeed's Document Serving System
 
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@IndeedEng Tech Talk #1, February 27, 2013: Slides available here: http://engineering.indeed.com/blog/2013/03/indeedeng-from-1-to-1-billion-video/ As Indeed's traffic has grown to its current level of over 3 billion job searches per month worldwide, we have evolved our job data storage and serving architecture in order to maintain high levels of reliability and performance, including an average retrieval time per document of 31ms. This talk describes that evolution, from the initial solution to a dedicated service and custom data store built around a log-structured merge-tree (LSM-Tree) implementation. Speakers: Jack Humphrey is director of the engineering teams that build Indeed's job search and resume products. Since joining Indeed in 2009, he has helped build the service architecture that now handles over 3 billion job searches monthly. Jeff Plaisance is a software engineer at Indeed focused on data storage infrastructure and analysis tools, including the datastore that serves up billions of jobs daily for Indeed's search results.
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[@IndeedEng] Boxcar: A self-balancing distributed services protocol
 
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View the slides for this talk at: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeedeng-boxcar Indeed's flagship job search product has evolved over the years to meet new challenges. It began as a single, monolithic web application. This grew larger and increasingly complex as we built new features. To remedy this growing problem, we implemented a service-oriented architecture to improve system availability, scalability, and maintainability. We examined common practices for service-oriented architectures, and we discovered ways to improve on the state of the art. We developed these ideas into a new framework called Boxcar. In this talk, we will discuss the scaling problems we solved, the innovative ideas behind boxcar, and how we built the scalable architecture that we now use throughout our systems. R.B. Boyer is a Software Engineer who has been with Indeed since late 2007. Over the years he has worked on a variety of projects, including distributed storage, authentication, and service architectures.
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@IndeedEng Talk: Diving deeper into data-driven product design
 
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In our @IndeedEng Talk from April (Data-Driven Product Design: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6NI8y21xhg) we introduced Indeed's philosophy and practice of A/B testing. In this talk, two Indeed product managers will discuss how we used data-driven opportunity analysis and iterative testing to build two products. From product vision to product success, we describe what we tested, how it performed, and what we learned from it. Product managers, designers, and engineers who want to learn how to prioritize product and feature ideas, iterate through tests, or optimize a funnel will find valuable insights to apply to their own products. Speakers: Graham Davis is a Senior Product Manager for Employer Products at Indeed. Prior to Indeed, Graham previously worked for several startups and got an MBA from Harvard Business School. Donald Wysocki is Product Director for Job Search at Indeed. Prior to Indeed, Donald worked at frog design and Microsoft.
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@IndeedEng: Managing Experiments and Behavior Dynamically with Proctor
 
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View the slides for this talk at: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeed-eng-2013-1002-proctor At this very moment, Indeed is running more than one hundred A/B experiments. In previous @IndeedEng talks, we have discussed how we use A/B testing to develop better products. In this tech talk, software engineer Matt Schemmel and product manager Tom Bergman describe Proctor, the system we developed to define and manage all of these experiments. They explain how we use Proctor to target users using data-driven rules, adjust experiments on-the-fly, and ensure clean results for multi-variate tests. Over time, Proctor has evolved from a system designed for managing experiments to one that manages overall system behavior through dynamic "feature toggle" functionality. Matt and Tom also share lessons we have learned from years of experimenting at web scale. Matt Schemmel is a Senior Software Engineer working primarily on our Resume products. Tom Bergman is a Product Manager currently working on our Aggregation systems. He previously helped evolve many of Indeed's data analysis tools, and also helped us launch and grow our sites in Japan, Korea, and China.
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@IndeedEng: RAD - How We Replicate Terabytes of Data Around the World Every Day
 
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At Indeed, we use massive amounts of data to build our products and services. At first, we relied on rsync to distribute these data to our servers. This rsync system lasted for ten years before we started to encounter scaling challenges. So we built a new system on top of BitTorrent to improve latency, reliability, and throughput. Today, terabytes of data flow around the world every day between our servers. In this talk, we will describe what we needed, what we created, and the lessons we learned building a system at this scale. Jason Koppe is a Systems Administrator who has been with Indeed since late 2008. He's worked on infrastructure automation, monitoring, application resiliency, incident response and capacity planning. Julie Scully started at Indeed in 2009 as a Software Engineer and currently is an Engineering Manager for teams in Austin and Tokyo. In Austin, she leads teams that build scalable, efficient, and resilient solutions for job data processing and data distribution.
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[@IndeedEng] Logrepo: Enabling Data-Driven Decisions
 
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Logrepo: Enabling Data-Driven Decisions http://engineering.indeed.com/talks/logrepo-enabling-data-driven-decisions/ At Indeed our applications generate billions of log events each month across our seven data centers worldwide. These events store user and test data that form the foundation for decision making at Indeed. We built a distributed event logging system, called Logrepo, to record, aggregate, and access these logs. In this talk, we'll examine the architecture of Logrepo and how it evolved to scale. @IndeedEng is a technical speaker series that presents our approaches to building a successful large-scale consumer application. The talks are held on the last Wednesday of every month in Indeed's Austin headquarters. http://engineering.indeed.com/talks
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[@IndeedEng] Machine Learning at Indeed: Scaling Decision Trees
 
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Decision trees are a widely used machine learning technique for supervised classification. Indeed's data sets consist of tens of billions of documents with millions of distinct features. Since decision trees back some of our most important features, we built a custom distributed system to efficiently train them. Every day, we now build dozens of decision trees across this data. This same system now powers our internal analytical tools that enable quick data-driven decision-making at Indeed.
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@IndeedEng Presents: The Art and Science of Product Metrics,  Donal McMahon
 
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On May 30 2018, Indeed hosted talks on the art and science of product metrics. Donal McMahon, Director of Data Science at Indeed, presented how to transition from data-driven to science-driven product development. You’ll make better business decisions. It’s provable!
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Imhotep: Large Scale Analytics and Machine Learning at Indeed
 
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To scale the building of decision trees on large amounts of Indeed job search data, we created a system called Imhotep. In addition to being a crucial tool for building these machine learning models, Imhotep has proven to be applicable to many different analytics problems. The core of Imhotep is a distributed system that manages the parallel execution of queries across a set of time-sharded inverted indices. This talk will cover Imhotep's primitive operations that allow us to build decision trees, drill into data, build graphs, and even execute sql-like queries in IQL (Imhotep Query Language). We will also discuss what makes Imhotep fast, highly available, and fault tolerant.
@IndeedEng: Interactive Analytics with Imhotep
 
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This talk was held on Wednesday, November 5, 2014. We are excited to announce the open source availability of Imhotep, the interactive data analytics platform that powers data-driven decision making at Indeed. During this session, Product Manager Tom Bergman discussed and provided examples of valuable insights that can be gained by using Imhotep. After the presentation, attendees were invited to explore their own data in Imhotep. Product engineers were on hand to answer questions.
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[@IndeedEng]  Imhotep: Large Scale Analytics and Machine Learning at Indeed
 
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To scale the building of decision trees on large amounts of Indeed job search data, we created a system called Imhotep. In addition to being a crucial tool for building these machine learning models, Imhotep has proven to be applicable to many different analytics problems. The core of Imhotep is a distributed system that manages the parallel execution of queries across a set of time-sharded inverted indices. This talk covers Imhotep's primitive operations that allow us to build decision trees, drill into data, build graphs, and even execute sql-like queries in IQL (Imhotep Query Language). We will also discuss what makes Imhotep fast, highly available, and fault tolerant.
Views: 2079 @IndeedEng Talks
@IndeedEng Presents: New SRE on the Block, Claire McQuin
 
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On August 8, 2018, Indeed hosted talks on site reliability engineering (SRE) and creating good service level objectives (SLOs) for your products. Claire McQuin, tells her story of transitioning from a Software Engineer in the biomedical field to an SRE for the world’s #1 job site.
Views: 366 @IndeedEng Talks
@Indeedeng: From Data to Deployment- Full Stack Data Science
 
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Indeed serves over 200 million job seekers a month. To better serve our job seekers we take advantage of data related to jobs, resumes, clicks, impressions, applies, and hires. Many important product features at Indeed are built using data science solutions that incorporate our data. This talk aims to cover the process and tools we use to build data science solutions.
Views: 3267 @IndeedEng Talks
@IndeedEng: Data-Driven off a Cliff: Anti-Patterns in Evidence-Based Decision Making
 
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This talk was held on Wednesday, June 22, 7:00pm At Indeed, we’re growing quickly, from our engineer headcount to the number of features we deploy. Over the last three years, we’ve had a 6x increase in engineers and a 15x increase in number of deploys. We’re currently deploying over 700 new features each week. In this talk, we described the infrastructure built to support, scale and automate our software development and product releases, and how any organization can use these tools and techniques to improve release velocity in the face of rapid growth. Specifically, we discussed Hobo — an easy, standardized way for developers to run our application stacks in Docker. We also described Control Tower, which manages software releases by unifying all of the information about application features into a single interface. These tools allow engineers to focus on product development, while moving their work from idea to production as efficiently as possible.
Views: 1324 @IndeedEng Talks
@IndeedEng: Engineering Velocity: Building Great Software Through Fast Iteration
 
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@IndeedEng: Engineering Velocity: Building Great Software Through Fast Iteration View the slides for this talk at: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeedeng-engineering-velocity-building-great-software-through-fast-iteration Since 2005, Indeed has created and cultivated a strong engineering culture with a focus on ownership, real-world impact, and constant incremental delivery. Our experience has demonstrated that rapid iteration is essential to discovering the most valuable functionality for our users. In this @IndeedEng talk, Dan Heller shares some of the architectural solutions, tools, and processes Indeed has created to support constant incremental delivery of new features and enhancements. Speaker: Dan Heller has been working in software development for 13 years including time at Google, IBM, and long-forgotten startups. He has been at Indeed for the last 4 years, helping people get jobs by building products for Indeed's employers and advertisers.
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@IndeedEng: The Psychology of Diversity: Understanding Our Own Barriers
 
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Over the last few million years, our brains have developed some pretty novel ways to deal with the overwhelming amount of information we're exposed to every day. These cognitive shortcuts are vital to our ability to live in the modern world, but come with blindspots that make it difficult to effectively evaluate people: from friends and family to job candidates and colleagues. We'll talk about why these blindspots disproportionately affect people from underrepresented communities, and offer concrete, tactical ways to overcome these challenges. Aubrey Blanche is the Global Diversity Programs Lead at Atlassian. There, she works with teams across the business to enhance recruiting, retention, and career mobility for underrepresented minorities. She relies heavily on social science research to understand the psychological and structural barriers to achieving full representation, and applies these methodologies to design interventions and programs that effectively create opportunities for members of underrepresented communities. She works with partners across the tech industry to define best practices that improve diversity at all stages of the talent pipeline, and coaches individuals on how to create a novel career. Before Atlassian, she was the Diversity Lead at Palantir Technologies. She holds an MA in Political Science from Stanford University.
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@IndeedEng Presents: The Art and Science of Product Metrics,  ​Ketan Gangatirkar
 
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On May 30 2018, Indeed hosted talks on the art and science of product metrics. Ketan Gangatirkar, VP of Engineering for Indeed’s Job Seeker products, discusses choosing metrics that work, because every story of metrics gone wrong is really a story of badly chosen metrics.
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@IndeedEng: Automation and Developer Infrastructure
 
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@IndeedEng: Automation and Developer Infrastructure — Empowering Engineers to Move from Idea to Production At Indeed, we're growing quickly, from our engineer headcount to the number of features we deploy. Over the last three years, we’ve had a 6x increase in engineers, and a 15x increase in number of deploys. We’re currently deploying over 700 new features each week. In this talk, we'll describe the infrastructure built to support, scale and automate our software development and product releases, and how any organization can use these tools and techniques to improve release velocity in the face of rapid growth. Specifically, we will discuss Hobo — an easy, standardized way for developers to run our application stacks in Docker. We’ll also describe Control Tower, which manages software releases by unifying all of the information about application features into a single interface. These tools allow engineers to focus on product development, while moving their work from idea to production as efficiently as possible. Alex Thurlow started at Indeed in 2013 and is the Engineering Manager for the Release Engineering team. He has been working to scale Indeed’s software development and release process to make it fast, easy, reliable, and trusted. Jon Hanks is a Software Engineer at Indeed since 2014. He has a diverse background of business and technology and likes to bring a user focused viewpoint to making software that helps developers do their job.
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@IndeedEng Presents: Moving to gRPC Java
 
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On March 13, 2019, Mya Pitzeruse, a senior software engineer at Indeed, explored the challenges she faced while considering a large scale move from Indeed’s proprietary services framework to gRPC. She described her process of establishing testing parameters, building baseline metrics, simulating workloads, and the lessons we learned from this investigation.
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inDNA
 
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Introducing inDNA- the ground breaking innovation in job search from our world class engineering team that matches your DNA to the perfect job. Check it out at: http://www.indeed.com/slerp
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@IndeedEng:  Tokens and Millicents
 
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Engineering a product to serve jobseekers around the world requires solving a diverse set of technical challenges. In this talk, we will delve deeper into some of those technical challenges we addressed to make our product succeed internationally. We will describe how language detection, text segmentation and stemming helped improve the relevance of our search results. We will also share how we've had to evolve our sponsored auction and billing systems to handle multiple currencies. Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeedeng-tokens-and-millicents This talk was held on Wednesday, June 25, 2014
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@IndeedEng Presents: Gettin' Sparky with It: Building an Integrated Machine Learning Pipeline
 
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On March 13, data scientist/engineer duo Bryan Davis and Avadh Patel presented systems that they developed at Indeed to aid in the training and deployment of machine learning models. Attendees left with a better understanding of the challenges data scientists face bringing their models to a production setting. Bryan and Avadh explored possible solutions that arise from data science and engineering collaboration.
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@indeedEng:  Panel - The Reality of Mobile Software Development
 
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This talk was held on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 Mobile software development is not an up-and-coming trend, it is the reality we face today as software developers. The sea change brought about by the introduction of the iPhone seven years ago has transformed how we build software products that meet the needs of our users. In this panel discussion, mobile experts from Evernote, HomeAway, Indeed, and RetailMeNot will address challenging questions faced by startups, independent developers, and established software companies alike, including: -How can you remain focused and effective when developing for desktop, phone, and tablet platforms? -How do you decide whether to develop native apps or mobile-optimized web applications? -What is different and unique about the mobile user experience, and what questions can you ask to help shape the best possible mobile offerings? -This talk is for engineers, product managers, and designers from companies of any size who want to better understand how the rise of mobile has transformed software product development. Panelists: Alex Devine has been a software developer at technology startups in Austin since 2000. He started working at HomeAway in 2006, originally focusing on backend services and search functionality. Since March of 2013 he has been Architect for Mobile, overseeing software architecture for HomeAway’s native iOS and Android applications. David J. Reese serves as a Principal Software Engineer at RetailMeNot, primarily responsible for building highly scalable API infrastructure and content delivery system to support RetailMeNot’s iPhone, iPad and Android applications. Over the last 20 years, David has worked on dozens of web apps, mobile apps and games across PC, console and iOS platforms. J Christopher Garcia is the User Experience Director at Indeed. Chris helped launch Indeed’s mobile website and was the sole iOS developer at Indeed for several years. He continues to work on mobile job search, A/B testing new features and improvements. John M. P. Knox is a Senior iOS Developer at Evernote where he helps build Skitch and Evernote. He’s been developing apps since 2008, and before that developed tools for the semiconductor industry. When he’s not at work, you’ll find him making photographs and windsurfing. Panel moderator Chris Hyams is SVP of Product & International at Indeed. Prior to Indeed, Chris was founder of B-Side, an Austin-based company that provided digital distribution, marketing, and analytics technology for the film industry. Prior to B-Side, he was VP of Engineering at Trilogy Software. --- http://engineering.indeed.com/talks/mobile-software-development-panel-2014/
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@IndeedEng Presents: Maintaining Reliability During Technical Churn, Nick Whelan
 
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On August 8, 2018, Indeed hosted talks on site reliability engineering (SRE) and creating good service level objectives (SLOs) for your products. Nick Whelan, talked about strategies to maintain reliability and SLOs when adding and removing application features.
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@IndeedEng: Launching Indeed Around the World
 
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Link to slides: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeed-eng-launching-indeed-around-the-world-slideshare Indeed launched its first job search site in 2004, allowing job seekers to find jobs in the US. Three years later, we launched our first non-US site. Over the next 5 years, we expanded to more than 50 countries and 27 languages. In this talk, we will explain how we iteratively expanded Indeed to these new markets, and how we used data to drive the business and product decisions involved. We will also describe the engineering and operational infrastructure we built to succeed worldwide. Davide Novelli is an International Director at Indeed. Davide started in 2010 by growing Indeed Italia to be the #1 job site in Italy and is now responsible for Indeed's product and business in 23 countries and 17 languages. David Tulig is a Tech Lead on the Job Search team at Indeed. In his 5 years at Indeed, David has worked on employer, resume, and job search projects, including initiatives to improve our localization tools and launch Indeed in new countries.
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[@IndeedEng]: Large scale interactive analytics with Imhotep
 
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Link to slides: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/large-scale-interactive-analytics-with-imhotep In a previous talk, we explained how we developed Imhotep, a distributed system for building decision trees for machine learning. We went on to describe how we build large scale interactive analytics tools using the same platform. This has kept our engineering and product organizations focused on key metrics by analyzing test results. It also gives our marketing organization timely and accurate insight into our data - allowing us to identify opportunities, spot trends, and learn about our job seekers. In this talk, Zak Cocos, who leads our Marketing Sciences team, and Product Manager Tom Bergman will discuss and provide examples of the valuable insights that can be gained by using Imhotep with almost any data set.
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@IndeedEng Presents: Quantifying Empathy with Service Level Objectives, Ketan Gangatirkar
 
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On August 8, 2018, Indeed hosted talks on site reliability engineering (SRE) and creating good service level objectives (SLOs) for your products. Ketan Gangatirkar, VP of Engineering for Indeed’s Job Seeker products, described how good SLOs help you discover the levels of service that hit the sweet spot of reliability, product success, and operability. It’s empathy, but measured and quantified.
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@IndeedEng: Building Fast and Maintainable JavaScript Web Applications
 
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In this 4th installment of the @IndeedEng tech talk series, Software engineer David Tulig dives into the architecture of Indeed's Resume Instant Search and our use of the Google Closure tools. David explains how we write maintainable, efficient JavaScript components for Resume Instant Search and other Indeed products. He discusses how we create templates that run on both client and server, providing fast initial page load time and search engine-friendly pages with the responsiveness of client-side rendering. Speaker: David Tulig is a software engineer on the Job Search team at Indeed. David has worked on employer, resume, and job search products during his 4 years at Indeed.
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Improving the Development Process with Metrics-Driven Insights
 
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Jack Humphrey’s presentation at the 2018 Austin CTO Summit shows how you can use metrics-driven insights to improve the dev process in any team or organization, no matter the size. Turning development process metrics into targets can be counter-productive, but we’ve found that good measurements provide useful context for improvement. At Indeed, we frame metrics as a starting point for discussion, not stats to be gamed. This presentation explains how we use those discussions to drive positive change. Jack will give another talk at the 2019 Austin CTO Summit on April 9. https://www.ctoconnection.com/summits/austin2019 CTO Summits let peers connect and talk about how to build successful engineering teams. https://www.ctoconnection.com/summits Shared with the permission of CTO Connection.
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@IndeedEng: Redundant Array of Inexpensive Datacenters
 
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@IndeedEng: Redundant Array of Inexpensive Datacenters View the slides for this talk at: http://www.slideshare.net/indeedeng/indeedeng-redundant-array-of-inexpensive-datacenters Learn how Indeed built one of the fastest and most reliable websites in the world. Indeed Operations ensures indeed.com is always available and always fast for the jobseeker. Operations leaders Charles Valentine and Chris Graf will share how we configure and provision multiple datacenters around the world to provide a massively scalable platform for connecting job seekers with jobs. Charles and Chris will detail a simple and inexpensive method to build a platform that provides DNS-based global load balancing and failover, provider portability, and disposable datacenters. Speakers: Charles Valentine (VP of Technology Services at Indeed) leads the Operations, IT, and Security teams. Prior to joining Indeed in 2011, Charles served as VP Technology Services at The Knot. Chris Graf has managed operations at Indeed since 2011. In that time, Indeed's traffic has grown by more than 300%. Prior to Indeed, Chris managed Web operations in the online gaming industry.
Views: 837 @IndeedEng Talks

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