Principal Software Engineer - Harvard Business School
Ravi Mynampaty is just another search guy standing on the shoulders of giants and believes that making incremental changes is an effective path towards improving search–he tries to make this happen on a daily basis.
AT HBS he works on setting Enterprise Search strategy, technical solutions research, architecture, analysis, design, implementation, and deployment of search-based solutions.
Ravi has M.S. degrees in engineering from the University of Massachusetts and Brandeis University and is currently a candidate in the Master of Liberal Arts program in Linguistics at Harvard University.
This is a case study of how we are building a search-powered Intranet at Harvard Business School (HBS). Learn how this approach is allowing us to provide optimal UX by ingesting content from various sources into our search index after laundering it by means of data Cleansing, Assembling, Supplementing and Harmonization (CASH). This CASH flow […]
During this block, all participants will be able to talk with each other at small round tables about different topics of their interest. Table 1 : How to steal a better intranet It’s of great value to seek real practice inspiration for ongoing improvements and radical changes of your intranet. In this session we will practice […]
In this hands-on session you will work in teams of two to implement a directory search functionality. You will start with sample raw data, model & structure it, ingest it into a search engine, and work through multiple iterations of UI feature enhancements. Go back to work with a fully functioning prototype you can show […]