How do you focus on the right data format for your use case? In this post, Yongjia covers the three major stages of data, why JSON is a major player, and guidelines to help you choose what's right for you.
Luba, one of our awesome engineering interns, talks about building Credit Karma's first web push notifications and how to have a lasting impact as an intern.
Asking for help is a valuable skill that often goes unrecognized. John opens up about why seeking help can level up your internship, and how it was essential in building web push notifications with his fellow intern, Luba.
In a continuation of our series about behavioral interviewing, Matt shares a rubric to help your candidates give you meaningful answers.
If you missed Spark Summit, catch this talk from Abdulla about how to build predictive recommendation models and ensure type safety using Apache Spark DataFrames. See how Credit Karma's choice of metric evaluation helps us calibrate models to obtain the best global result, and hear our lessons learned when we scaled our model development environment to handle Terabyte-scale data with thousands of features.
Rotation programs are a powerful way to spread knowledge, invest in engineers' growth, and optimize collaborations. Here, Shawn shares his experience in our pilot Engineering Rotation Program, and how both managers and individual contributors can make the most of rotation programs (and plan ahead for the risks).
It's an exciting time as we revamp our frontend tech stack at Credit Karma with ReactJS, Redux, and GraphQL. This is what we learned on the journey to adoption and what comes next as we rebuild the web UI.
On our mission to become the best financial assistant, this is how we built a feature to unlock $40 billion in unclaimed money.
If you're considering moving to a cloud infrastructure, how do you plan for the future? We'll share an approach for migrating to Google Cloud using cloud agnostic tools.
At Credit Karma, where you start isn't necessarily where you stay. Jeff talks about making the switch from QA to Development, and the satisfaction - and scrambles - that come with career change.