As a team which builds data-powered software for ecommerce-focussed companies, we are always on the lookout for incorporating new development practices into our workflow.

Over the past weekend, Semantics3 had a strong showing at the annual hackathon conducted by Sequoia Capital at Bengaluru. With four of our members invited to participate, we decided to enter as a single team.

Followers of our Medium blog might already be familiar with Hari, who leads our business development team. Some of his greatest hits over the years include titles such as The internet isn’t as transparent as you think, What the news won’t tell you about Black Friday and The next tech...

Engineering is at the core of running a large scale data platform like Semantics3 and our company is built on a strong engineering culture, we build our own tools whenever neccessary, play with cutting edge technology, most importantly we're always open to learning new things and sharing whatever we have...

Some JavaScript libraries support a feature that I find really interesting. A callback passed to the library can use its formal parameters (or rather their count) to reveal more about its behavior to the caller.