All posts from: October 2013

Serving over 1 billion documents per day with Docstore v2

[Editor’s note: This post is the second installment of a two-part piece accompanying our first @IndeedEng talk. Slides and video are available.] The number of job searches on Indeed grew at an extremely rapid rate during our first 6 years. We made multiple improvements to our document serving architecture to keep pace with that growing […]

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@IndeedEng: Boxcar: A self-balancing distributed services protocol

We are pleased to announce the next talk in our @IndeedEng speaker series: @IndeedEng: Boxcar: A self-balancing distributed services protocol Wednesday, October 30, 7:00pm (RSVP) Indeed’s flagship job search product has evolved over the years to meet new challenges. It began as a single, monolithic web application. This grew larger and increasingly complex as we built […]

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@IndeedEng: “Managing Experiments and Behavior Dynamically with Proctor” slides & video

On October 2nd, we hosted the eighth talk of the @IndeedEng speaker series in our Austin office. Indeed product manager Tom Bergman and software engineer Matt Schemmel presented “Managing Experiments and Behavior Dynamically with Proctor,” describing Indeed’s Java-based system for defining and managing our many A/B experiments. They also proudly announced that we have made […]

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