Patreon Engineering built for the future by creating DB schema and code that supported features that didn't yet exist in our software.
Trying to decide if an A/B test is right for your project? This handy A/B testing checklist will guide you.
As a company grows, finding documents, files or relevant information becomes more difficult. At Patreon, we created a process to keep our employees on the same page -- and able to find the files they need.
Today, we’re excited to open source nion, a declarative API data management library built on top of Redux.
Today is my first day at Patreon. When I told friends and family that I was joining Patreon, I got one of two responses. Either a friend would say something like: “Dude! That’s amazing! Patreon is great.” Or they would say “Why Patreon over other-San-Francisco-based-tech-company?” This post is an attempt to answer the second group. […]
At Patreon, we strive to create an equitable workplace for people of all backgrounds. We established the following policies and practices to help us work toward this goal in a meaningful way.
Jeffrey Sun explains how Patreon offers something different for our avatar-less users while still keeping things interesting.