SeleniumConf Tokyo 2019

Introduction to SeleniumConf Selenium is one of the most popular automated software testing frameworks for the past decade. There are Selenium conferences in different cities around the world held on a regular basis. This year’s event, for the first time, was held in Tokyo. And it was also our first time attending a technical conference in …

App Design and Development Conference: An iOS Developer’s Impression

A great app needs both developers and designers working together, but we often have different tools and care about different aspects of the product. It can sometimes be difficult to coordinate our work, but at LINE we always try new ways to work more effectively. For instance, I’ve trained designers on our team on how …

LINE New-Grad Engineers: [June] Security Engineers

LINE welcomed 33 newly graduated engineers this year. In this monthly series, they will be introducing their experiences and an overview of the work that they do. 

For our second article in the series, we have invited Mr. Koh from the Application Security Team to talk about his initial work and experiences.

A walkthrough of my experience at WWDC19

The Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) is an annual event for developers who want to see the latest announcements from Apple. I was blessed with the opportunity to attend WWDC19, and I’m grateful that LINE covered all the expenses to make it happen. As this was the first time attending this wonderful conference for …

Developer interview with Trustin

Q. Hello, Trustin! Let’s start with a brief introduction of yourself. A. Hi. My name is Trustin, and I’m currently involved in open source development of Armeria and Central Dogma at LINE. Before I joined LINE, I worked at Twitter, responsible for the maintenance of Netty as well as the development of new features and upgrades to next versions. Q. You seem to …

Monitoring to prevent game cheating

It has been six years since we’ve began LINE GAME, and over those six years we’ve been through many experiences. Today, I’d like to share some lessons we’ve learned along the six-year journey of LINE GAME, specifically focusing on how we used monitoring to prevent game cheating. When I say “game cheat” in this blog …

Cutting through the smog: making an air quality bot with Haskell

Short and long-term exposure to air pollution can result in significant health problems. When air quality is considered unhealthy we should avoid certain activities, which poses a question that bears asking: how can we get notified when air quality is poor? This post is an attempt at solving this. In this tutorial, I want to …

Highlight LINE THAILAND DEVELOPER CONFERENCE 2019 – ‘Endless Possibilities with LINE API’

Hi there, I’m Tan, a member of Developer Relations team in LINE Thailand. Recently, LINE Thailand has held the first technology conference by the name of “LINE Thailand DEVELOPER CONFERENCE 2019”. The event took place at BITEC Bangna on Saturday, May 25th. We had many developer guests as well as people from technology communities, with a pleasantly surprising participation count of more than 800 participants.

How and what front-end developers actually do at LINE?

Hello to the world! I’m Yeon-Eui Hong from Developer Relations Team. I’d like to take this opportunity to share the story of the LINE Developers Meetup held for the second time in Korea, on April 16, 2019. The theme of this meetup was “LINE front-end developers, what do they actually do and how?” I was proud to …

Another one bites the apple!

Hello, world! I’m Ramses, responsible for security assessment at LINE. My work is to try to hack LINE services and find a way to enhance its security. During my personal time, I find and report security vulnerabilities in third party services also. This is my way of contributing to building a more secure world. Among hackers, this is called a bug hunt. Hackers participate in bug hunting to win a bounty, build their reputation as a hacker or just because they enjoy hacking itself. Many hackers target Apple products for bug hunting, and I’m writing this post to share my journey of bug hunting with Apple products.