• reactions1

    Engineering LinkedIn Reactions

    April 17, 2019

    As you casually scroll through a news feed, you may “like” a post here and there. “Liking” has become so second-nature that we don’t often think about what happens the minute you hit that “like” button. When we began considering building out our “likes” feature into a set of reactions on LinkedIn, it took time for me to understand how complex a “like” really is....

  • privacypreserving1

    Privacy-Preserving Analytics and Reporting at LinkedIn

    April 10, 2019

    Co-authors: Krishnaram Kenthapadi, Thanh Tran, Mark Dietz, and Ian Koeppe Preserving privacy of users is a key requirement of web-scale data mining applications and systems such as web search, recommender systems, crowdsourced platforms, and analytics applications. With the growing appreciation of the impact of data breaches and comprehensive data regulations,...

  • avro1

    Avro2TF: An Open Source Feature Transformation Engine for TensorFlow

    April 4, 2019

    Co-authors: Xuhong Zhang, Chenya Zhang, and Yiming Ma   Today, we are announcing a new open source project called Avro2TF. This project provides a scalable Spark-based mechanism to efficiently convert data into a format that can be readily consumed by TensorFlow. With this technology, developers can improve productivity by focusing on building models rather than...

  • documentationatscale1

    Managing Documentation at Scale

    April 2, 2019

    LinkedIn’s engineering teams are distributed around the globe: from California to Bangalore, our engineers are constantly taking a...

  • patleave1

    Coding Conversations: Figuring Out Work-Life Balance and...

    March 29, 2019

    Editor’s note: LinkedIn Engineering is dedicated to solving complex problems at scale to create economic opportunity for every member...

  • emberconf1

    Recap: LinkedIn at EmberConf 2019

    March 26, 2019

    Photo credit: Jo Chou   Every March, a JavaScript conference called EmberConf is held in Portland, Oregon. EmberConf is the best place...