Editor’s note: This interview was first featured on the DataStax blog. They chatted to George Ciubotaru, a software engineer and database administrator here at SkillPages, to hear more about how we use Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise as part of the engineering behind SkillPages. Continue reading
I was recently invited by Amazon to present at their Lean Cloud Event in London, to share some insights and experiences around our engineering journey so far. Contributing back to the community is something the whole engineering team here is passionate about so we were delighted to be part of the event. Continue reading
Delivering a product that is used by millions of people on a global scale takes a quite a lot of effort and resources. At SkillPages, we decided early on that we wanted to put our efforts into creating great software that delivers value to our members and not get overly stretched with building out and managing platform infrastructure. Of course, the underlying platform has to be scalable and flexible enough to accommodate our requirements as we learn and evolve. This is principally why we chose to cloud-base the SkillPages platform on AWS. Continue reading
SkillPages is looking for a Front End Developer for its Dublin office. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is an update from the SkillPages Engineering Team to the development of SkillGraph. See our previous posts for background information on SkillGraph.
Learning is a continuous human process and we apply the same principle to SkillGraph. As more skills and opportunities are added, and more people interact with these entries on the platform, the graph absorbs this into its knowledge base. The nodes in the graph and edges that connect them continuously evolve and grow. The rules that govern its structure and its use, as well as the semantic understanding behind them are in a constant flux. Continue reading