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Xenia: A Domain-specific Framework for Building Optimized SEO Guest Experiences

Co-authors: Ajit Datar, Reza Arbabi, and Chirag Patel   LinkedIn is a network of professionals used by more than half a billion members to meet their professional goals. However, there are even more professionals who are either not on LinkedIn or are registered but don’t realize the full potential of LinkedIn and how the site can help them. Helping our existing and potential members organically discover the power of LinkedIn is an important part of our growth. When it comes…

Interviewing Tips for Android Engineers – Lyft Engineering

Lyft is committed to building some of the most exciting and innovative products for our tens of millions of customers. We want to fundamentally change the way people get around cities, and improve the wellbeing of others by connecting people together. The Android team is focused on bringing these ideas to life, and if you are an enthusiastic app developer interested in building the future of transportation we’d love to talk more. My name is Pierce and I work on…

Lyft Android Tech Talks — Fall 2017 – Lyft Engineering

Pierce Johnson, Ryan Tempas, and I recently spoke at our Android Happy Hours as well as Droidcon SF & NYC 2017 to share our work with the broader tech community. We’re proud to represent the Lyft Android team and to share some of the fun and interesting projects we’ve worked on. Check out the recaps of each of our talks below! Building, Launching, and Iterating on Lyft Shuttle Shuttle was launched earlier this year as a beta program in San Francisco…

2017 Highlights from the Uber Engineering Blog

This year, the Uber Engineering Blog has shared several of the ways in which our technologies have improved user experiences across our services. From (most recently) welcoming the era of deep neuroevolution and unifying mobile onboarding experiences, to open sourcing a streaming analytics platform and launching new features that celebrate drivers, our team has been busy! As we gear up for the New Year, let us revisit some of our editor’s picks from 2017:     Meet Michelangelo: Uber’s Machine…

Survey app aiding study into alcohol-impaired driving

Yi Shang has worked for years on perfecting a customizable mobile survey app to allow researchers to pair specific survey questions with data collected from wearable technology to unlock new methods of data collection. Now, his work will help break new ground in alcohol-impaired driving research. Shang, a professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Mizzou, and frequent collaborator Tim Trull, professor of Psychological Sciences, are working with a team led by fellow Psychology Professor Denis McCarthy study in…

An RNAmazing research breakthrough

Professor of Bioengineering and Dalton Cardiovascular Research Center Li-Qun (Andrew) Gu and Shi-Jie Chen, joint Professor of Physics, Biochemistry and the MU Informatics Institute and their team recently published “Nanopore electric snapshots of an RNA tertiary folding pathway,” in the prestigious journal Nature Communications. Photos by Amy Parris. Understanding ribonucleic acid (RNA) and its chemical properties and biological mechanisms is a key area of focus in health research. RNA is critical in the processing and movement of genetic information and…

Mizzou freshmen compete in Engineering Olympics

Winners Justin Lannin (second from left), Anna Merkel (third from left) and Samantha Sample (far right) pose with Associate Dean Hani Salim (left) and guest speaker Morgan DiCarlo (second from right) after the Engineering Olympics. A total of 10 student teams made up of participants in Mizzou Engineering’s Freshmen Interest Groups (FIGs) gave presentations in an attempt to take top honors in December’s Engineering Olympics. Out of those ten teams, the top honors ended up going to the team of…

Joint effort leads to joint patent

Ferris Pfeiffer, assistant professor of bioengineering and orthopaedic surgery, Aaron M. Stoker, associate research professor of orthopaedic surgery, and James L. Cook, professor of orthopaedic surgery, received the patent for their method of using tapered cartilage plugs to repair damaged tissue in joints rather than the standard cylindrical plug. Ferris Pfeiffer, assistant professor of bioengineering and orthopaedic surgery; Aaron M. Stoker, associate research professor of orthopaedic surgery; and James L. Cook, professor of orthopaedic surgery, received the patent for their…

2018 and the Internet: our predictions

At the end of 2016, I wrote a blog post with seven predictions for 2017. Let’s start by reviewing how I did. Public Domain image by Michael Sharpe I’ll score myself with two points for being correct, one point for mostly right and zero for wrong. That’ll give me a maximum possible score of fourteen. Here goes… 2017-1: 1Tbps DDoS attacks will become the baseline for ‘massive attacks’ This turned out to be true but mostly because massive attacks went…

The inflatable bridge

The concrete dome, which is then cut on both ends, creating a bridge. Credit: Vienna University of Technology A wildlife crossing over the upcoming Koralm railway is being built using a new construction technique developed by TU Wien. Traditional support structures are replaced by an air cushion. The shell construction methods which are usually used to build bridges and domes generally rely on expensive support structures. However, a team of engineers from TU Wien have now developed a new technique…