• Ember-offline-precompile-flow-diagram

    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 of the larger Pemberly architecture we employ. Historically, native applications have had a large advantage over web applications in terms of not only technical capabilities, but also in their ability to drive engagement due to...

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    Announcing the Economic Graph Research Program

    March 15, 2017

    Roughly two years ago, we launched an ambitious project called the Economic Graph Challenge (EGC). The idea was simple: There are approximately 3 billion people in the global workforce, and LinkedIn's vision is to create economic opportunity for every one of them. By mapping economic relationships, developing the world's first Economic Graph, we can make that...

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    Exciting Research Results from the First-Ever Economic Graph Challenge

    March 9, 2017

    At LinkedIn, our mission is to connect talent to opportunity at a global scale. One way we realize it  is by analyzing the data within LinkedIn to better understand the global workforce and provide more granular insights into the economy. In turn, this allows us to more accurately recommend to our members what skills, connections, and more could be most useful...

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    A Checkup with Dr. Elephant: One Year Later

    March 6, 2017

    This post has been updated to note the release of Pepperdata's Application Profiler, a commercial project based on Dr. Elephant. Last...

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    LinkedIn’s Approach to a Self-Defined Programmable Data...

    March 2, 2017

    Co-authors: Shawn Zandi and Russ White This post originally appeared in Network Computing.   Operating a large scale, rapidly-growing...

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    Lessons Learned from Decommissioning a Legacy Service

    February 22, 2017

    Last quarter, I worked on a project called “kill-inbox-war.” Inbox-war was a frontend service that served legacy LinkedIn messaging UI...