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    Grab's Front End Study Guide

    Grab is Southeast Asia (SEA)’s leading transportation platform and our mission is to drive SEA forward, leveraging on the latest technology and the talented people we have in the company. As of May 2017, we handle 2.3 million rides daily and we are growing and hiring at a rapid scale. To keep up with Grab’s phenomenal growth, our web team and web platforms have to grow as well. Fortunately, or unfortunately, at Grab, the web team has been keeping up with the latest best practices and has incorporated the modern JavaScript ecosystem in our web apps.
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    Driving Southeast Asia Forward with AWS

    My name is Arul Kumaravel, VP of Engineering at Grab. Grab's mission is to drive Southeast Asia (SEA) forwards. Today I would like to share with you how AWS is helping us with this mission.

  • How to Go from a Quick Idea to an Essential Feature in Four Steps

    How do you work within a startup team and build a quick idea into a key feature for an app that impacts millions of people? It's one of those things that is hard to understand when you just graduate as an engineer.
  • Troubleshooting Unusual AWS ELB 5XX Error

    This article is part one of a two-part series. In this article we explain the ELB 5XX errors which we experience without an apparent reason. We walk you through our investigative process and show you our immediate solution to this production issue. In the second article, we will explain why the non-intuitive immediate solution works and how we eventually found a more permanent solution.


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