Dwolla Engineering Presentations

I was reflecting back on some of the talks from the Dwolla engineering team this morning and realized I hadn't shared any of them. These were a few that came top of mind and I hope you enjoy them. Building Scalable Event-Driven Data Pipelines for Payments by Fred Galoso. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQkrMPbKbe4 Amazon Re:Invent Compliance/Financial Services talk touching on Dwolla's transition… Continue reading Dwolla Engineering Presentations

Measuring the Dwolla network’s transaction speed

I love Dwolla hackathons. I was pretty bummed out to miss the last one but I got to hang around this time. This was one of my favorites. It's monitor that Jared built for the Dwolla API that shows round-trip transaction time, among other things. This shows round-trip transaction time at just under 1 second. It's… Continue reading Measuring the Dwolla network’s transaction speed

Visualizing ~$500MM in Dwolla Transactions – Where’s the money?

Dwolla's network facilitates the movement of real money with a focus on real-time payments without using plastic cards. In our last internal hackathon Brenton and Andrew built something they called Flashy Map. Here's how to look at the video above: Orange lines = Dwolla transaction Red lines = Withdraw from the Dwolla network Green lines… Continue reading Visualizing ~$500MM in Dwolla Transactions – Where’s the money?

MIT inFORM

inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. Pretty amazing.

Introducing real time credit on the real time Dwolla network

realtime.dwolla.com What happens when you inject billions of dollars of buying power into a payment network built entirely on the internet? We don't really know but it's about time we all find out. I'm really proud of the team I work with. This wasn't an easy or short project to pull off. There were a… Continue reading Introducing real time credit on the real time Dwolla network