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Luke Hansen

Connecting to an FTPS Server with SSL Session Reuse in Java 7 and 8

“Good programmers write good code… Great programmers reuse great code.”  Or so I told myself as I snagged an Apache Commons class to connect to a new vendor’s FTPS server.  Several hours of debugging later, however, I realized to my dismay that the omnipotent Apache Commons did not support a major security feature required by most modern FTPS servers.  This post outlines my process […]

June 10, 2016
Kevin Yeh
Kevin Yeh

3 Ways to Integrate Third-Party Metrics into Your Data Platform

From both a company and engineering standpoint, Wealthfront values making decisions backed by quantitative methods. As noted in our previous blog post, Statistics is Eating the World, the key to enabling decisions backed by data is to build a platform that is automated and can scale across all aspects of our business. One of the […]

November 24, 2015

Adam Cataldo

Lessons Learned when Scaling our Data Analytics Platform

Over the past year, we’ve gone from a single Java server running all analytics to a multi-node data pipeline. Along the way, we’ve refined our metrics for all parts of the business: from web and mobile analytics, to investment research, to trading and operations. We build metrics dashboards for everything we do, empowering us to […]

August 20, 2014