Category: Engineering

MongoDB Queues – Why and How We Use Them at FloQast

Platform teams vary from company to company. At FloQast, the Platform team's mission is to enable product teams to deliver...

CSS Variables: How we use them for theming at FloQast

In a previous post, J.C. talked about how we're migrating to decoupled micro-frontends here at FloQast. We're also working on...

FloQast Interviews for Software Engineers: What You Need to Know

Interviews are The. Worst. There’s the pressure to have the right answer, the pressure to be a technical savant, while...

Testing for Machine Learning: QA for a Different Kind of Project

FloQast has a product called AutoRec, which helps accountants automatically reconcile transactions from two different sources. For about a year...

Machine Learning 101: An Engineer’s Perspective

In 2019, FloQast released a product called AutoRec, which automates the account reconciliation process, saving accountants hours or days they...

Starting a React Application in 2020

2020 has been an emotional roller-coaster! One thing I am extremely excited about is a new app here at FloQast...

An AWS Step Function Use Case: Serverless ETL

With batching and looping techniques, FloQast used AWS Step Functions as a serverless ETL tool while respecting its limits on...

Implementing a Micro-Frontend Architecture With React

At FloQast, one of our main goals is to enable high-performance teams. This article will describe one method we are...

Postman: Developing and Testing APIs Without a Client

This article will walk through example HTTP requests in a back-end development environment using some useful Postman features. Postman is...

Styled Components in React: Moving away from SCSS

CSS Specificity Wars As we continue to migrate our monolithic system into a microservices-based architecture and navigate through the micro frontend...