Open Source Articles

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    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 to meet the folks behind the magic of Ember, like core team members and contributors, who are all excited about the future of this open source web framework. As Jenie Gao shared at the conference, the Ember apps that power...

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    Open Sourcing our Day View UI Library for Making Meetings Easier

    March 21, 2019

    Co-authors: Greg Lundien, Akif Hossain, Daniel Hsu, and Hannah Cutler   Our members leverage LinkedIn Messenger for a number of use cases, and oftentimes a scheduling component is an important piece of the interaction. A few examples include: A student who wants to schedule time to chat with a graduate from his or her school for career advice. A freelancer who...

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    LinkedIn Contributes Open19 Technology to the Open Compute Project

    March 15, 2019

    Last year, we announced that LinkedIn had become a Platinum member of the Open Compute Project (OCP). The move was a natural fit for us, given the organization’s mission, “To apply the benefits of open source hardware and rapidly increase the pace of innovation in, near, and around the data center and beyond,” and LinkedIn’s own support of open standards and...

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    Pinot Joins Apache Incubator

    March 12, 2019

    Pinot is a scalable distributed OLAP data store developed at LinkedIn to deliver real-time, low latency analytics. Pinot’s powerful...

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    The Present and Future of Apache Hadoop: A Community Meetup...

    February 21, 2019

    On January 30, Hadoop developers gathered at LinkedIn’s offices in Mountain View to share their latest work, with presentations by...

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    MiGz for Compression and Decompression

    February 20, 2019

    Compressing and decompressing files with GZip normally uses a single thread. For large files, this can bottleneck dependent tasks like...