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Jane StreetJane Street

Jane Street Tech Talk, Verifying Network Data Planes

Verifying network data planes in the Jane Street Tech Talk

9/26/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

Real world machine learning (part 1)

The interplay of data, math, and technology in developing and running trading strategies

8/28/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

How to design a tree diffing algorithm

A blogpost about designing a tree diffing algorithm, based on the work of a former intern at Jane Street.

8/25/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

Ironing out your development style

Exploring and discussing popular programming methodologies like eXtreme programming, Agile, and Scrum, including their conferences, communities, books, and manifestos.

8/24/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

Hiring an FPGA engineer

Discover the requirements for an FPGA engineer position at Jane Street, focusing on software and hardware design for FPGA-based applications and associated tools.

8/16/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

What the interns have wrought, 2017 edition

Reviewing the accomplishments of the intern program at Janestreet in 2017

8/14/2017
SoundCloudSoundCloud

Inside a SoundCloud Microservice

Exploring the inner workings of a microservice at SoundCloud

7/28/2017
SoundCloudSoundCloud

Remote device sign-in

A method for signing in to a device without a keyboard using a game controller and onscreen keyboard.

6/28/2017
SoundCloudSoundCloud

A Better Model of Data Ownership

Defining ownership of datasets and ensuring the right teams own the right datasets for better data management.

6/20/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

When Bash Scripts Bite

The blogpost discusses the potential pitfalls of using shell scripts and the prevalent warnings against their usage.

5/11/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

Looking for a technical writer

The technical writer position has been filled. Update on the hiring process.

5/1/2017
Jane StreetJane Street

Caveat Configurator: how to replace configs with code, and why you might not want to

Replacing configs with code and the downsides of doing so

4/25/2017