Q&A: Intern Alumni: Mithun Vijayasekar

Rather than working on low priority intern projects, I was allowed to work on one of the critical problems that our team was facing. From day one of my internship, I had the privilege of kick-starting the Monitoring Framework project, allowing RippleNet applications to have real-time visibility. ... Read More

Scaling Code, Scaling Teams: Part 2

In Part 1 of this post, we covered the journey of moving languages and how Maven Archetype was the optimal choice for project templates. In Part 2, we discuss specific aspects of development solved by project archetypes and how they can be applied to any tool engineers use. ... Read More

Generating Cryptocurrency Addresses with Micro-controllers

Here at ripple we work hard to solve hard problems. But we like to have fun, experiment and goof off a little bit too. Sometimes we come up with crazy science fair-ish ideas and, even when they have dubious practical application, implement them. ... Read More

Q&A: Intern Alumni: Steven Truong

I was a part of several other gigs and teams after interning at Ripple. They were formative and fun but I’d always look back on Ripple’s warm and energetic culture as an environment I wanted to be in after graduating. ... Read More