Visualizing Success – And Networks

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Gary, a senior entering his last semester of undergraduate study as an Applied Math-Computer Science concentrator at Brown University. He enjoys playing basketball, spending time with friends, rooting for the Philadelphia 76ers, and eating quality grub.

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A Summer Well Spent: Reflecting on AppNexus’ Youth Fellows Program

This post comes to us from AppNexus Audit Lead Julia Edwards. Julie has been an AppNexian for going on six years.  During that time she has learned a new coding language, started a family, and grown unexpectedly fond of the color orange.

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Curl Up and Test: Putting the “Real-Time” in Real-Time Platform

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Emma, a rising senior at Columbia University majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Psychology. She loves baking, dogs, and movies.

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The Future of Header Bidding: Wrapper Standardization, Server-to-Server, and New Ad Formats

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This is a sneak peek at our newest white paper. Click here to download the whole thing and learn everything you need to know about header bidding: how to choose the right demand partners, what server-to-server can do for you, why header bidding isn’t just for display, and more!

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Our Prebid.org Announcement Explained: An Interview with Michael Richardson

This week, AppNexus and Rubicon Project were pleased to announce the formation of Prebid.org: an independent organization dedicated to open-source tools that drive publisher monetization. To start, Prebid.org will focus on maintaining Prebid.js – the web’s leading open-source header bidding wrapper – as well as associated products like Prebid Server, Prebid Video, Prebid Mobile, and Prebid Native.

We sat down with Michael Richardson to commemorate the occasion and answer a few questions about why we’re launching Prebid.org as an independent entity and what it means for publishers. Michael is a Product Line Manager at AppNexus and Chairman of Prebid.org.

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