When Spotify launched in 2008 in Sweden, and in 2011 in the United States, people were amazed that they could access almost the world’s entire music catalog instantaneously. The experience felt like magic and as a result, music aficionados dug in and organized that content into millions of unique playlists. Early on, our users relied […]
What’s your name and where are you from? My name is Charlie and I come from the US and grew up in Massachusetts. Before moving to Stockholm, I lived and worked for Spotify in New York City. What do you do at Spotify? I am a machine learning engineer. I spend my time writing data […]
This is part two of a three part series on how we created a technical career path for individuals at Spotify and what we learned in the process. This post contains the actual version one of our Technical Career Steps. This is the complete document, so it is a bit long. In the next and […]
There have been many efforts during the past few years to raise awareness of gender equality in the IT industry. But it’s been slow progress – and we don’t like slow! So we decided to do things differently. Instead of just hoping to achieve gender equality, we made it a requirement for our hackathon “Diversify”.
We recently hosted the seventh sthlm.js meetup at our office and Paul Lewis of Google Chrome, Robert Nyman of Mozilla and our very own Mattias Petter Johansson graciously agreed to give talks about topics they each feel passionate about. At Spotify we are all about openness and sharing, so we recorded the talks for you. […]