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    Creating Accessible Android Products at LinkedIn

    April 11, 2017

    This post provides an overview of how I began the journey to improve accessibility in LinkedIn’s Android apps. I spent the last year leading this effort as a member of our Accessibility Team. Hopefully, this post will inspire others with ideas for how to help make your own Android applications accessible and inclusive. LinkedIn’s core vision is to create...

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    Building Venice: A Production Software Case Study

    April 4, 2017

    We build a lot of our own infrastructure systems here at LinkedIn. Many people have heard of Kafka, our distributed message buffer. We also run various databases, blob stores, and stream and image processing systems, all of which we develop, deploy, and maintain in-house. One of the systems we've been working on recently is Venice, a distributed derived...

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    Strategies for Keeping the LinkedIn Feed Relevant

    March 23, 2017

    Co-authors: Rushi Bhatt and Bari Saltman LinkedIn’s home feed is the starting point of a member’s journey on LinkedIn. Millions of members see the feed as their first impression. The feed is also instrumental to delivering on LinkedIn’s core value propositions: it allows members to stay connected with their network by following network activities, to build their...

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    Bringing Storylines to Your Feed

    March 22, 2017

    Coauthors: Alexandre Patry, Diego Buthay One of the responsibilities of the LinkedIn Feed team is to deliver news and information in...

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    Introducing and Open Sourcing Flashback, an Internet...

    March 17, 2017

    This post was updated on June 15, 2017 Co-authors: Shangshang Feng, Yabin Kang, and Dan Vinegrad At LinkedIn, we often develop web...

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    Glimmer: Blazing Fast Rendering for Ember.js, Part 1

    March 16, 2017

    Coauthors: Chad Hietala and Sarah Clatterbuck At LinkedIn, we use Ember.js as our client-side web application framework. This is part...