Hey devs 👋🏼welcome to the Marqeta Developer Community! This place was designed for you, our community of developers.
Our mission in this community is to create a vibrant hub where you can find answers, get the inspiration you're looking for, share what you know and learn about the latest tools by bringing together and connecting the world's most innovative Fintech developers who help each other thrive. 🤝
Let's start with introductions. Share below and we'll send the welcome swag bag! 🎁
Please introduce yourself to the community! You can start by sharing your favorite programming languages, talk about what brought you here, what you're learning, or just a fun fact about yourself. No rules, just make yourself at home!
OR, here is a random question to get you started: do you remember the first thing you ever coded?
OR, what's some of the biggest misconceptions you've had about how payments work?
Hi all 👋,
I am Arvind and I am a part of HashedIn. We are also using Marqeta for Cards API and exploring additional features like chargebacks, reports, etc. As for the random question, I like to play video games and google random stuffs.
Pleased to join the community and, would love to provide some significant insights to help this platform to develop.
I'm Manu and excited to join you all here! I first learned about Marqeta along with my team during the Spring 2020 Payments Hackathon where we got to create & develop unique software powered by the Core API. I have experience developing in the financial services industry with technologies such as Java and Spring. I'm most looking forward to seeing the community grow and develop collectively to help each other!
I'm William and looking forward to expanding my dev knowledge base with everyone! The first time I worked with the Core API was in a hackathon in the senior year of my undergrad. I was impressed with the developer documentation and code examples provided, as many vendors fail on this point. I would be most interested in the meta-data this service collects to analyze and take note of employee transactions/habits.
Hi Everyone 👋
I am a Backend Developer from India, Mostly works on Python and Java. We are using use Marqeta for our cards program, have worked on Cards, Transactions, Onboarding APIs.
It is nice to be part of this community. I have been using Marqeta for about a year. It has been really smooth experience. Hope this community brings more fun in using Marqeta.
Hi there, I'm Rob Berger CoFounder/CTO/SVP of Engineering at Omnyway. We've been using Marqeta services for several years now for several different innovative payment mechanism for e-commerce / brick & mortar retailers. Our latest service is VISX, A Live Streaming Commerce platform for retailers.
We've done most of our work with Clojure / Clojurescript (mine and our teams' favorite language by far!)
My favorite non-coding hobby is coding. 🤓
Hi everybody, I'm Brad, and I manage the Docs team here at Marqeta. Along with the other writers, I'm here to meet the people who use our documentation to do their jobs, and to capture details to make our docs better.
I like reading and biking and cooking, and I live with a rabbit and a cat who don't have much use for each other.
Hello everyone! I'm Drew, and I'm another member of the Marqeta Docs team. I'm here to get to know the dev community better, and to improve our documentation by getting insight into real-world use cases for our APIs.
In my other life, I'm a musician. My primary instrument is guitar, but I stab wildly at a number of other instruments as well.
I'm Binh, I found my way here as part of my exploration of a new capability for an expense management app that I've been working on. After talking to customers it's clear that being able to issue company cards would be a really helpful feature.
The first thing that I remember programming was a calculator in Turbo Pascal. It allowed me to add up all of the items I wanted and then applied sales tax to the subtotal at the end.
I'm excited to dig into all that Marqeta is capable of.
My name is Stacy and I am excited to be part of this Forum as a moderator. I hope I can contribute and keep the conversation going!
In my spare time, I like to brew kombucha, play tennis, and ride horses. I even worked in a stable one summer growing up.
As for my first coding experience, it was a typical "Hello, World!" program on a Commodore 64 computer that looked exactly like the image below. We have come a long way since! LOL
Hello folks! 👋🏻
My name is Tyrel! I'm a software developer thats been interacting with the Marqeta API for a couple years now. We mainly use Groovy and TypeScript at our work but I enjoy using all kinds of languages in my spare time. I've recently been experimenting with game development, learning the Godot game engine and GDScript. Also I'm pretty interested in Kotlin, after using Groovy for many years at work.
I'm excited to poke around this new community and see how I can contribute! ⚡️
Hello everyone, I'm Simon, I originally worked with Marqeta's APIs back in 2018 on a card issuance proof of concept. My company is actively working with Marqeta to take a product to market using the APIs, so it makes sense for me to connect here, very interested in seeing how things have progressed in the last few years!
Hi Everyone, I'm Tim. I have been working with Marqeta's platform for the last couple years as a full stack engineer with a focus on engineering solutions for prepaid card products at Bangor Savings Bank. This is a great idea and I am looking forward to contributing and learning from other Marqeta Developers!
Hi everyone! My name is Alvin, and I am a software developer and technical writer, currently based in Phoenix, Arizona. Most of my development work is in Ruby on Rails or in Node.js. I haven't used Marqeta in any active projects (yet), but I've been an API lurker for about 18 months now. 😉
"Do you remember the first thing you ever coded?" When I was 10 (which was a long time ago), my math teacher gave us an assignment to "find the dollar-value" of a list of words. That is, A=$0.01 and B=$0.02, and so on until Z=$0.26. He gave us a list of words as homework, to calculate. By hand. 🤕 I decided it might be more fun to write a DOS batch file where I could enter a word at the prompt, and it would calculate the dollar-value for me. Sure, it took longer to get my list of 20 words calculated. But I learned a lot more. 👨💻