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Spotlight: Jeremiah Hoyet

At the heart of Meltwater Engineering are the employees who find ways to collaborate around the world. In our Spotlight series we will introduce you to new hires as well as veterans from across the organization, and give you insights into their day to day from North Carolina to Hong Kong.

As our second installment, we are happy to introduce Jeremiah Hoyet from our Raleigh, North Carolina office.

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Meltwater gives to FIRST

Meltwater is proud to have donated to the FIRST diversity & inclusion program! FIRST® is a global non-profit focused on advancing STEM education, and inspiring young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators. The DE&I program at FIRST helps to serve an inclusive and diverse audience, reflecting the population of the communities they serve.

Meltwater strongly believes in the value of such programs, and we are glad that we are able to support this cause.

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IWA and NPM - A recipe for stable deployments

Deploying web applications can be extremely challenging. Even if your application only relies on a single API endpoint, many mistakes can still make it to production just by having to rebuild your javascript and CSS artifacts for each environment. That’s where Immutable Web Apps and npm can step in to help out! Let’s dive into why Meltwater uses a CDN to host private meltwater npm packages as static assets, and how this increases the stability of our deployments.

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Spotlight: Patrick Bardo

At the heart of Meltwater Engineering are the employees who find ways to collaborate around the world. In our Spotlight series we will introduce you to new hires as well as veterans from across the organization, and give you insights into their day to day from North Carolina to Hong Kong.

Today we are happy to introduce Patrick Bardo from our Gothenburg office.

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Reinventing the Water Cooler Conversation

In the midst of the pandemic and months into working from home, Hardik Gupta, a data scientist at Meltwater, was missing the social connection of going into work, specifically the spontaneous conversations with people from other business functions and teams. He decided to experiment with emulating these conversations remotely and #mw-coffee-chat was born. We sat down with Hardik to get a better understanding of the idea and how and why it was so successful.