We take pride in creating exceptional products, elegant architecture and clean, simple code.
We operate at scale. We serve a lot of traffic with consistently fast page speeds. We process massive quantities of images and data every day.
We believe in building tools and systems, gathering stats and monitoring. We automate everything so that we can spend time on more interesting projects.
We give engineers a lot of latitude because we trust in their ability to make an impact.
MySQL, memcached, nginx, Solr, RabbitMQ, Hive, AWS (EC2, Route53, S3), Splunk.
It’s pretty tough to get people to download your app, and relying on App Store SEO can be unpredictable. However, one of the few levers you do have control over is the web traffic you already own. It’s now common practice to direct mobile web visitors into the App Store via some kind of promotion. But ... what works the best? How much does the UI matter?
Why Mobile Emails MatterWhile our mobile website is becoming a larger and larger portion of our traffic, we still see more users on our desktop website. So when we pulled data around our emails (and we love data), we were surprised to learn that most of the emails we send are actually opened on mobile devices. Just as our mobile site is designed and built to be a great experience on the phone, our emails needed the same special thought and treatment.