Past Meetup

Engineering Uber's Next-Gen Payment Platform

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With gross bookings of $37 billion for 2017 and a global reach of over 65 countries, financial forecasting and budget planning for an organization that touches the lives of so many people on a daily basis is an incredible challenge. Add an astounding rate of historical and current growth, and these tasks seem nearly impossible. Uber’s Money Platform Engineering team has worked tirelessly on a next-gen payment platform, and is constantly innovating on payment features. During this meetup, we’re excited to share these achievements with you!

Agenda:

6:00PM - Doors Open
6:45PM - Introduction
7:00PM - Mathieu Chauvin - Keynote
7:20PM - Nimish Sheth & Steven Karis - Payments at Uber
7:30PM - Doors Close
7:40PM - Gergely Orosz - Payments Integration - a (Short) Case Study
8:00PM - Paul Sorensen - To The Nines
8:20PM - Q&A
8:40PM - Mix & Mingle
9:00PM - Event Ends

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Payments at Uber
By: Nimish Sheth & Steven Karis

Uber’s payments architecture is composed of two main parts: collections and disbursements. In this presentation, Nimish Sheth gives attendees a closer look at our high-level payments stack, core data models, and cash money movements.
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Payments Integration - a (Short) Case Study
By: Gergely Orosz

Uber supports 10+ ways to pay via different payment integrations: from credit cards through Venmo to more regional payment methods like Paytm in India or iDEAL in the Netherlands. In this talk, we'll go through the engineering process of building and rolling out a new payment method for Uber.
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To The Nines
By: Paul Sorensen

A peek into Uber’s payment processing systems and the challenges of being correct in an industry where being wrong is so expensive.