No-follow SEO link highlighter Chrome extension

Cari, who is a developer on our SEO team, just wrote a Chrome extension that’s up on both github (https://github.com/wayfair/nofollow_highlighter) and the Chrome web store (click here to add to Chrome). If you don’t know this subject matter, here’s a classic explanation from Matt Cutts of Google,… Read more

TechJam 2015

Come hang out with us tomorrow, June 11th, from 4 pm to 9 pm, at TechJam. Not to be too transparent, but we’re hiring! We will be at booth 43, bostontechjam@wayfair.com, #btj2015. Steve Conine, Wayfair Founder and CTO, and I will be there, along with a bunch of our… Read…

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Announcing Tungstenjs

Matt DeGennaro and Andrew Rota of our Javascript team recently spoke at the BostonJS meetup on a library we have written called Tungstenjs, which we have opensourced today. It takes the fast-virtual-dom-update idea from React.js and makes it usable with other… Read more

Scaling Redis and Memcached at Wayfair

I wrote a post last year on consistent hashing for Redis and Memcached with ketama: http://engineering.wayfair.com/consistent-hashing-with-memcached-or-redis-and-a-patch-to-libketama/. We’ve evolved our system a lot since then, and I gave a talk about the latest developments at Facebook’s excellent Data@Scale Boston conference in November:

Front end talks

Andrew Rota and Matt DeGennaro of Wayfair Engineering are giving a talk on a Javascript framework we have written at Wayfair called ‘Tungsten,’ which shares goals and ideas with React.js but interoperates with Backbone, which we use heavily. It’s at the BostonJS meetup tonight at Bocoup, with a $5 cover:……

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