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It is the best offshore software development company. We work for various facebook appliations, web development, mobile applications, etc. We have a dedicated team, expert in problem solving. We got several international awards. You can see our awards page for details. We work for support and maintenence of applications.

Day 2 of F8 2019: Advances in Computer Vision, Inclusive AI and Other Highlights
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Day 2 of F8 2019: Advances in Computer Vision, Inclusive AI and Other Highlights
The second day of F8 focused on the long-term investments we’re making in AI and AR/VR
Day 1 of F8 2019: Building New Products and Features for a Privacy-Focused Social Platform
Facebook Newsroom
Day 1 of F8 2019: Building New Products and Features for a Privacy-Focused Social Platform
More than 5,000 developers, creators and entrepreneurs from around the world came together for our annual conference about the future of technology.  
Jennifer Newstead to Join Facebook as General Counsel and John Pinette Becomes Vice President of Global Communications
Facebook announced today that Jennifer Newstead will join the company as General Counsel and John Pinette has been named Vice President of Global Communications.
Facebook announces new networking systems research awards

Networking is fundamental to today’s large-scale distributed systems that power the family of Facebook applications used by billions of people.…

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Protecting the EU Elections From Misinformation and Expanding Our Fact-Checking Program to New Languages
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Protecting the EU Elections From Misinformation and Expanding Our Fact-Checking Program to New Languages
Ahead of the European Parliament Elections in May, we have made fighting misinformation a top priority.
Open-sourcing F14 for faster, more memory-efficient hash tables

Hash tables provide a fast way to maintain a set of keys or map keys to values, even if the keys are objects, like strings. They are such a ubiquitous tool in computer science that even incremental improvements can have a large impact. The potential for optimization led to a proliferation of hash table implementations [...]

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Faster input events with Facebook’s first browser API contribution

The time it takes for an interaction to go from the user input event (such as clicking a button or typing in a box) that triggered it to being completely rendered is an important web metric. At Facebook, we measure events at four stages: the moment the operating system gets the input, the moment we [...]

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Aroma: Using machine learning for code recommendation

Thousands of engineers write the code to create our apps, which serve billions of people worldwide. This is no trivial task—our services have grown so diverse and complex that the codebase contains millions of lines of code that intersect with a wide variety of different systems, from messaging to image rendering. To simplify and speed [...]

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Making It Easier to Honor a Loved One on Facebook After They Pass Away
Facebook Newsroom
Making It Easier to Honor a Loved One on Facebook After They Pass Away
The loss of a friend or family member can be devastating and we want Facebook to be a place where people can support each other while honoring the memory of their loved ones.
People, Publishers, the Community
Facebook Newsroom
People, Publishers, the Community
Reducing problematic content on Facebook, through the lenses of three key parties.
The Next Phase in Fighting Misinformation
Facebook Newsroom
The Next Phase in Fighting Misinformation
We're exploring new solutions to tackle more false news, more quickly.
Writing Facebook’s Rulebook
Facebook Newsroom
Writing Facebook’s Rulebook
An inside look at how Facebook's policies are debated, discussed and developed.
Remove, Reduce, Inform: New Steps to Manage Problematic Content
Facebook Newsroom
Remove, Reduce, Inform: New Steps to Manage Problematic Content
An update on our ongoing work to keep people safe and maintain the integrity of information that flows through our apps.
Peggy Alford Nominated to Facebook’s Board of Directors
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Peggy Alford Nominated to Facebook’s Board of Directors
Peggy Alford, Senior Vice President, Core Markets of PayPal Holdings, Inc., has been nominated for election to the company's board of directors.
Preparing for Upcoming Indian Elections
Facebook Newsroom
Preparing for Upcoming Indian Elections
As Facebook plays a larger role in civic discussions and debate, we're committed to working hard to prevent abuse on our services, especially during elections.
Working to Safeguard Elections in Australia
Facebook Newsroom
Working to Safeguard Elections in Australia
We're sharing more on our efforts to protect the upcoming Federal Election in Australia.
Facebook Engineering Fair, London recap

We recently hosted our first-ever London Facebook Engineering Fair. The invitation-only event gathered together software engineers, product managers, UX researchers, data scientists, academics, and others working in the technology industry. Several London-based teams gave attendees an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the products and technologies being worked on by our U.K. engineers. Director of Product for [...]

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Open-sourcing Habana back end for Glow

WHAT’S NEW: The first experimental back end for our Glow compiler and runtime project, designed to target Habana’s existing hardware accelerator. This back end is the first to customize for various vendors’ accelerators. Learn more about how hardware makers are working with our compiler and future plans for Glow. WHY IT MATTERS: Glow’s open source [...]

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PyTorch-BigGraph: Faster embeddings of extremely large graphs

WHAT IT IS: A new tool from Facebook AI Research that enables training of multi-relation graph embeddings for very large graphs. PyTorch-BigGraph (PBG) handles graphs with billions of nodes and trillions of edges. Since PBG is written in PyTorch, researchers and engineers can easily swap in their own loss functions, models, and other components. Read [...]

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The Hunt for False News: EU Edition
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The Hunt for False News: EU Edition
In this edition of “The Hunt for False News,” we'll look at a few pieces of false news that recently circulated on Facebook in the EU — both some we’ve caught and some we took action on too late.
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