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Taking the Red Pill

When I’m interviewing candidates for RichRelevance, I always give them an opportunity to turn the tables and ask me questions at the end of the session. If I’m the last interviewer of the day, the hapless candidate is often so drained that the questions I get tend toward, “Could you remind me where the bathroom is please?

Join RichRelevance Enginee{rr}ing!

RichRelevance is hiring at an accelerated but thoughtful pace, and as we continue to scale and capitalize on the significant growth opportunities we see, we’re seeking even more talented engineers to join this no-nonsense bunch:

How Learning to Code Changed My Career

I’m naturally very curious. But little did I know that this curiosity would lead to a major career change here at RichRelevance. I first came to RichRelevance in June 2012, when I was hired as a temporary office assistant to help with a San Francisco office move.

Finding Nemo’s Silver Lining: Using Big Data to Analyze Big Weather

For those of you who live in a data cave on the West Coast like I do, it may come as a surprise that there was a blizzard this past weekend—a BIG one.  The ‘Nemo’ blizzard, caused by a merging of two low pressure systems that originated in the central and southeast US, then migrated to the north-eastern seaboard—affected millions of people in the US Northeast, with heavy snow and multiple power-outages.

"Measuring Shopping Media" at JUMP NY

Today’s top brands are leveraging the retail channel like never before to speak with consumers on a one-to-one basis as they do price comparisons and shop online.  But how do brands truly measure their advertising within online retail?

Data Dispatch from Afghanistan: Analysis of One US Major’s Incoming Mail in Bagram

Three months ago, I deployed with the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) to Afghanistan as the Experimental Test Pilot for Task Force Destiny.

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