How Facebook (Meta) Does Developer Productivity Engineering

Mar 17, 2022 · San Francisco, United States of America

Meta (formerly Facebook) may be solving the hardest software productivity problem in the world today. The company operates at “human scale,” with Facebook alone serving 2.9B active monthly users. On top of building all of their own release tools, all the code from Meta’s most well-known apps — Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, and Portal — lives in one massive monorepo. In this DevProdEng Lowdown webcast we chat with Adam McCormick from Meta’s FARE team (Facebook Mobile Apps Reliability Engineering) to get the Lowdown on how Facebook does Developer Productivity Engineering.

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Agenda/Topics:

- Structure and size of Meta’s productivity engineering organization
Key developer productivity engineering challenges at Meta’s “human level” scale

- “A day in the life” of a Meta software engineer: How they write code, build and test, and relate to CI/CD

- Measuring developer productivity and happiness: Key metrics and data capture tools

- Productivity engineering wins

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