By Bryce Anderson and Ruben Oanta on
As parts of the Twitter application grow, we can scale demands on capacity by adding more instances or replicas to a respective service cluster (i.e., horizontal scaling)
By Matt Gross and Dean Hiller on
A design pattern that can be applied to all service types to increase team productivity.
By Justina Chen and Ira Ktena on
A team of machine learning researchers and engineers at Twitter recently tackled the problem of delayed feedback in continuous learning for ads engagement prediction.
By Todd Segal and Anthony Roberts on
Introducing Twitter’s expanding edge network, Google PoPs, and the Control Tower: Twitter’s Traffic Mapping Service.
By Brian Martin on
Rezolus is a high-resolution systems telemetry agent which helps us to reason about the performance of Twitter’s applications and services. We are excited to release it as open source software.
By Ashlie Ford and Marina Zhao on
How iteration and a focus on feedback led to a better experience on the new Twitter.com
By Jesar Shah and Gregory Baker on
Behind the scenes of launching the new Twitter.com. How we created the milestones and incorporated feedback into the process of building the new site.
By Ashlie Ford and Jesar Shah on
Introducing the new Twitter customization options and how you can enable them
By Charlie Croom on
An in-depth look at push notifications on Twitter's PWA examining how we try to minimize the number of notifications in a user's tray, while also providing value about what's happening in real-time
By @jadeloyzaga on
On the new Twitter.com, we're responding to more than just a user's screen size. We account for a whole variety of features, like modalities or network status and progressively enhance based on each.