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 growth.
If Finagle microservices are deployed to a production environment without taking the time to configure, at least, some essential sane defaults, most of the features that make these microservices resilient, fault-tolerant, and highly performant can be lost. In our move to microservices, we learned how to make the most out of this tool.
Meet Nita, a software engineer who's working on the new Credit Karma Tax product. Nita opens up about how she got into engineering, why she wanted to work at Credit Karma, and what keeps her motivated.
This is how you can use GraphQL to detect breaking changes in API designs, and the open source utilities you can use to ensure your schema supports all your client requests.
Credit Karma leverages data for over 60 million members to deliver a personalized user experience. To do this, we rely largely on Scala and Akka to do the heavy lifting. Powerful tools, however, demand some mastery on how to use them.
Three best practices helped us successfully pull off a 24-hour coding event that accelerated the development of our proprietary prediction software.