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In The News – Built In Boston: “Why LiveRamp Turns to Python for Major Projects”

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The LiveRamp Boston Engineering team was recently featured in Built In Boston. Built In Boston is the online community for Built In Boston startups and tech companies. The article, entitled “Why LiveRamp Turns to Python for Major Projects,” focuses on LiveRamp’s use of Python to help the engineering team advance to the next stage of growth. Their deep dive into how and why LiveRamp uses Python creates a clearer picture of LiveRamp’s current projects for prospective candidates.

Pamela McA’Nulty, Principal Software Engineer, is interviewed in the article and discusses the decision to utilize Python as well as how it relates to LiveRamp’s acquisition of Data Plus Math:

“Our current and future Python-based engineering efforts will help many advertisers, television networks and cross-screen TV providers in North America and abroad maximize outcomes and optimize spending in a competitive consumer marketplace.”

You can read the full article on Built In Boston: