Engineering at Betterment
We're engineering Betterment to become a top-notch fintech company. High quality code. Beautiful, practical design. A product that people love. Nerd out with us on all things tech.
Guidelines for Testing Rails Applications
Discusses the different responsibilities of model, request, and system specs, and other high level guidelines for writing specs using RSpec & Capybara.
Leaving Big Finance
I'm sharing my experiences as an engineer in transitioning from large companies in finance to a smaller late-stage startup, because I know how much I would have benefited from this information while making my own decision.
WebValve – The Magic You Need for HTTP Integration
Struggling with HTTP integrations locally? Use WebValve to define HTTP service fakes and toggle between real and fake services in non-production environments.
CI/CD: Standardizing the Interface
Meet our CI/CD platform, Coach and learn how wee increased consistent adoption of Continuous Integration (CI) across our engineering organization. And why that's important.
CI/CD: Shortening the Feedback Loop
As we improve and scale our CD platform, shortening the feedback loop with notifications was a small, effective, and important piece.
Shh… It’s a Secret: Managing Secrets at Betterment
Opinionated secrets management that helps us sleep at night.
How We Develop Design Components in Rails
Learn how we use Rails components to keep our code D.R.Y. (Don’t Repeat Yourself) and to implement UX design changes effectively and uniformly..
Engineering the Launch of a New Brand for Betterment
In 2017, Betterment set out to launch a new brand to better define the voice and feel of our product. After…
A Journey to Truly Safe HTML Rendering
We leverage Rubocop’s OutputSafety check to ensure we’re being diligent about safe HTML rendering, so when we found vulnerabilities, we fixed them.
Building Better Software Faster with Shared Principles
Betterment’s playbook for extending the golden hour of startup innovation at scale.
Supporting Face ID on the iPhone X
We look at how Betterment's mobile engineering team developed Face ID for the latest phones, like iPhone X.
From 1 to N: Distributed Data Processing with Airflow
Betterment has built a highly available data processing platform to power new product features and backend processing needs using Airflow.