Akshay Sadarangani

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Who I Am

Formally, a full stack software engineer with over 4 years of experience working at #VMware, #Goldman Sachs and #MongoDB and a MS in Computer Science from #Northeastern University, Boston. Informally, a developer, a twinkerer, a builder and a geek.

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What I Do

My primary area of interest is full stack development and software engineering but I also love to tinker with Android application development and during my free time, I love working on side projects. Check out my latest open source projects on my GitHub


My Work

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I recently had an incredible opportunity of being featured on the MongoDB Podcast where I spoke about growth engineering and a little bit about my life in general. Follow along to learn more.

Growth engineering, sometimes referred to as "growth hacking" is a technical, and systematic approach to growing the number of users of a given application or platform. Growth engineers are always coming up with new ideas and experiments to improve the users' experience. They do this by testing user behavior, and providing differing interfaces to select populations of users to see which one yields the intended results. Today, we chat with the team responsible for growth at MongoDB. Jesse Krasnostein, and Akshay Sadarangani chat about the science of growth engineering, the tools they use as well as the background and skills they leverage as part of this fascinating specialization.


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