A Global CMS from Uber Engineering

KEN SHEEDLO | July 21, 2017

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Uber’s tech stack is composed of a diverse set of mobile and backend systems working together to deliver reliable transportation worldwide. Riders and drivers alike use our website on the web and mobile browsers to keep up-to-date on logistics, such as how to sign up for Uber or where to request a trip from a given airport, as well as regulatory compliance requirements and other region-specific information.

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