Here at nToggle, we had to design our network to be massively scalable and cost efficient. We knew we would be processing millions of transactions per second and in order to be cost effective we needed to get creative with our architecture.
I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have been a part of teams that built cutting edge search and digital advertising platforms. As I reflect upon a common thread that ran through these previous roadmaps, we planned to do things differently this time around at nToggle.
nToggle’s 2016 Lunch and Learn speaker series was kicked off by Boston-based entrepreneur, Jennifer Lum, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Adelphic, a mobile DSP, who shared her experience with with us.
At virtually every digital advertising company on the planet, war rooms are well underway to ensure flawless holiday season revenue delivery. In daily stand-up style meetings, managers recite key delivery and performance metrics.
Mike Baker, CEO of DataXu and a member of the nToggle Product Advisory Board, gave us great advice on why you should always be actively nurturing your career. Here are his top ten "lessons learned" from cultivating his own career.
Last week nToggle welcomed David Chang, angel investor and former COO of PayPal, to our Lunch and Learn Series. Not only did he wow us with his remarkable career path story, but David also gave us great insight on the life lessons he learned along the way.
Paul English is the CEO and co-founder of Blade and was the co-founder and CTO of Kayak. He is an incredible entrepreneur known for building high-caliber and performant product and engineering teams. Paul's session focusing on hiring and culture building philosophies.
The nToggle operations team faces an unusual problem that most SaaS platforms never have to face; part of our software must be deployed on servers that are hosted by our customers in a wild variety of data centers and cloud environments.
George Bell, nToggle Board of Director and XIR at General Catalyst Partners, gave us great advice about building start up corporate culture properly from day one given its correlation with successful outcomes.
Welcome to the first of many engineering blog posts! Our desire is to make this a place where our engineering team can share new advances in the advertising technology space that are being currently developed at nToggle.
Today we welcome five bright stars to the nToggle Summer Internship Program. We reviewed nearly a thousand profiles to find five candidates that blew us away with their intellect, curiosity and energy.
AdTech is in the midst of a seismic evolution. The ground around us is shifting as the next generation digital landscape takes form. The rise of AdTech 3.0 is making for fascinating discussion and speculation.