Here at Jet we use F# for our back end microservices and a lot of asynchronous computation expression. These are wonderful when you want to write non-blocking, reactive code, but in F# 3.0 they came with a price: useless stack traces. […]
Here at Jet we use parameterized queries to access Azure SQL as a best practice in certain cases. The benefit here is that the query plan can be cached when you use a parameterized query, and subsequent calls for the same query perform better than dynamic queries (Disclaimer: this isn’t always true, particularly for more complex queries. […]
What is an E-Commerce Marketplace?
As opposed to traditional e-commerce websites, marketplaces are sites that allow you to buy products from 3rd party merchants in addition to or instead of products sold directly by the site itself. […]
Jet’s Catalog Platform
The catalog platform at Jet consists of a constellation of (partially) reactive micro-services that communicate with one another using queues and message buses. […]
We Love Testing!
We take testing very seriously at Jet in general and on team Nova (Jet’s matching engine/taxonomy management platform) in particular. […]