Written by Anton Pets and Yaroslav Voloshchuk

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In our last post, we examined some of Grammarly engineering’s process-based methods of reducing complexity, derived from research, experience, and classic computer science guidelines. In this post, we’ll look at how we…


Written by Volodymyr Sorokin

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Grammarly’s writing assistant serves twenty million people every day. Supporting such an involved user base with a smooth rolling update of the application cluster could present a real maintenance challenge. But luckily there are services…


Written by Dimitris Alikaniotis and Vipul Raheja

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Over the past ten years, Grammarly has focused on building one of the world’s best writing assistants. One major aspect of this is grammatical error correction (GEC). It’s a core component of…


Written by Anton Pets and Yaroslav Voloshchuk

Read the original article and more on Grammarly’s new engineering blog!

Unsupportable spaghetti code. Scope creep. Instant legacy status for a new product the whole team had been excited about. Most engineers have a horror story about a project’s complexity being underestimated or…

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