Wednesday, May 16, 2012 | By Twitter (@Twitter) [16:55 UTC]
Last Friday at our Apache Pig Hackathon, we open-sourced Twitter Ambrose, a tool which helps authors of large-scale data workflows keep track of the overall status of a workflow and visualize its progress.
At Twitter, Apache Mesos runs on hundreds of production machines and makes it easier to execute jobs that do everything from running services to handling our analytics workload. For those not familiar with it, the Mesos project originally started as a UC Berkeley research effort. It is now being developed at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), where it just reached its first release inside the Apache Incubator.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 | By Twitter (@Twitter) [16:20 UTC]
We are beginning to roll out a new version of the Discover tab that is even more personalized for you. We’ve improved our personalization algorithms to incorporate several new signals including the accounts you follow and whom they follow. All of this social data is used to understand your interests and display stories that are relevant to you in real-time.