We Aren't Task Takers: we work with you to plan and design
technology that will transform your business.
We Build Modern + Fast: we leverage serverless frameworks
and lean innovation principles to get responsive software to market
We Foster Team Culture: we invest in unifying our engineering culture
with yours because good outcomes depend on it.
Connected cars are the future.
Unless you’re a team of super-advanced innovators like
Moove.ai—in which case connected cars are the present.
As frontrunners in the industry, Moove.ai needed to build a data
pipeline for terabytes of road attributes, current weather, and
accident data. This would allow them to provide real-time safety scores for
every stretch of the road. Lineate helped pave the way to realizing this ambitious goal.
Lineate is a natural habitat for smart, creative
people. And it’s not just because of our legendary perks. It’s
because we seek out the hardest problems—and find solutions
where none seem to exist. So talented teams have
the opportunity to produce the most impactful
solutions of their career.
PlaceIQ is a company that examines consumers’ involvement with the physical world, so they can provide brands with the insight to make intelligent decisions. If that sounds impressively complex, that’s because it is.
Lineate partnered with PlaceIQ to realize an audience insights architecture that feeds algorithms 6-9 billion data points per day, and delivers targeting information in 60 milliseconds or less. In other words, we helped them channel a flood of data into lots of powerful streams.
CEO Ben Engber shares his thoughts on Google's decision to remove support for third-party cookies, and what this means for adtech.
“If we use behavioral personalization to crudely boost engagement, we see that what people really respond to is a never ending stream of content confirming their pre-existing biases and stoking outrage.”
36 students completed our 12-week Java course at
our Dev School in Omsk, taught by Lineate senior engineers
and our resident computer science professor, Pavel Dvorkin.
Now that our 2021 class has polished their skills we can't wait
to see what they build.