Intro In Almeta you have to write a lot for those research tickets you have in a Sprint. You’ve to read tons of research, academic, and sometimes boring paper. But, when you write your proposal, you don’t have to write like them. As a matter of fact we want to be as close to non-techies as possible when writing our tech blogs. So, you’re an engineer and you love to code. You are a machine learning engineer and you love to read. You’re both and here comes a research/investigation ticket. You read, read, and read some more and now comes … Continue reading A Guideline for Writing Research/Tech Blogs
Intro We’re currently trying with different style. Between Agile/Scrum and Kanban. This is the latest we’re doing. We’re going to keep this post updated. The Team in Almeta We are a remote, cross functional team. We try to have balance in skill we have. We favor T shape employees. We <3 Valve. Skin in the Game: In a startup you’ve to eat your own food. And you’ve to take extra responsibility for any code you develop. We don’t have researchers and engineers. We have research-engineers. Those who learned to do research, develop ideas, write their code and also bring them … Continue reading Our Agile/Scrum Setup in Almeta
Well, I hope we’re not like this. Here in Almeta, we’re always trying to hire the best people. We want them to be happy working with us. We celebrate honesty, directness and openness. This post is our push to make … Continue reading Our Open Contracts
Our story and team Founding Almeta.io, we’re 3 friends (since our first college year) and techies who love their Arabic Language. Growing with a bigger team: Our team now consists of self-motivated machine learning engineers who are determined to help … Continue reading Why Almeta.io?