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Separating User Data with Multi-tenancy To Improve User Management

Learn how multi tenancy can help enable more convenient guest checkout

Carol Wang
Culture General

Drumroll! DoorDash Engineering is coming to Chicago.

Learn about DoorDash's newest office in Chicago and all the opportunities to work on the Merchant Finance team

Varsha Dudani
Machine Learning

Using Triplet Loss and Siamese Neural Networks to Train Catalog Item Embeddings

Learn how DoorDash used neural networks to better understand the contents of its large online catalog and improve search and recommendations

Abhi Ramachandran

Why Burnout is Hard to Detect

Learn more about burnout and how to detect and recover from it in this article

Kunal Behl
Machine Learning

Increasing Operational Efficiency with Scalable Forecasting

Scaling forecasting to a large data team is not practical without a scalable platform. Learn how we built forecast factory at DoorDash

Ryan Schork
Backend Mobile

Improving Development Velocity with Generic, Server-Driven UI Components

Learn how Generic server driven UI enabled faster iterations and more experimentation on the DoorDash platform

Ashwin Kachhara Alice Hyun Afshin Dehghani
Machine Learning

Predicting Marketing Performance from Early Attribution Indicators

Learn how DoorDash managed to respond faster to changes in the market by building a model to utilize early attribution data from experiments

Zhe Mai
Culture General

6 Principles for Building a World Class TPM Team

Learn about the principles DoorDash used to build and run a high-functioning and impactful TPM organization.

Sophia Vicent

From Monolith to Microservices: Reducing the Migration’s Pain Points

In this second article in our monolith to microservices series we talk about the benefits of the monolith we needed to replace or mitigate

Ivar Lazzaro

DoorDash Expands Engineering Footprint to Los Angeles

DoorDash announces the opening of its newest engineering office, based in Los Angeles.

Backend Data

Building Faster Indexing with Apache Kafka and Elasticsearch

DoorDash describes how it built a faster search index using open source projects.

Satish Saley Danial Asif Siddharth Kumar
Backend Web

Leveraging the Pipeline Design Pattern to Modularize Recommendation Services

Learn how DoorDash engineers used a pipeline design pattern to make our recommendation page more efficient and flexible.


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