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May 2016

Cortana, I am back!

I had a great time at Facebook. I learned a lot, wrote lots of code, and worked on conversational understanding technologies. I can’t wait to see what the team will do next.

Facebook is a unique organization, with an extraordinary culture. The engineering infrastructure is unbelievable and it enables developers …

ReactGraph Part 5 – A user’s feed via “pull” and “push” graph queries

Investigation into bringing together graph and reactive computing. This fifth post in the series showcases slightly more complex LINQ-to-graph and Rx types queries for both “pull” and “push” type computation.

ReactGraph – Part 1: Graphs and Reactive Computing – Historical Context

Over the last few weeks, as a spare time side project, I’ve been experimenting with a concept that has been circulating in my head for few years now. I’ve been trying to form an opinion, by writing code, around questions such as…

  • What does a graph store with both “pull”