Last week, AddThis and Oracle Data Cloud had the opportunity to host the June 2019 meetup of Women Who Code DC. During the meetup, Jenny Ching, one of our software engineers, gave us an informative presentation on “Enterprise Solutions for Scraping the Internet.”Continue reading
User interface designers work with text, form fields and other visual elements to build engaging product experiences. Technical considerations such as performance, however, also play a large role in how a visitor perceives a website and, by extension, a brand.
We’ve just announced that we’ve signed an agreement to be acquired by Oracle, pending standard closing conditions. This proposed acquisition will help us turbocharge our mission to make the web more personal, and we couldn’t be more excited.
All kudos go to our talented employees, who have developed amazing website marketing products used by more than 15 million websites around the globe.
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I’m excited to welcome Daniel Harrison to the AddThis team. In his role as VP of National Sales, Daniel will be critical in our efforts to build our Audience Segments and Audience Discovery product lines through brand, agency, and trading desk relationships. We’re seeing tremendous success with this business, and will continue to make significant investments to grow our team.
Matt Calkins has been the CEO of Appian Corporation since founding the software company in 1999 at the age of 26. A history and board game aficionado, Matt won “Wargame of the Year” for a game he invented in 2011 called Sekigahara, and finished 3rd overall in the 2012 World Boardgaming Championships. He holds a B.A. with honors in Economics from Dartmouth College, and lives in Arlington, VA.
As our newest board member, Matt was delighted to share his thoughts about AddThis — and his favorite biographies — in a recent Q&A.
Hackathons are one of the most popular company-wide events at AddThis. From our start, these 24-hour events have been valued as a source of creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
Last Thursday, we held our second hackathon of the year. Employees gathered at the AddThis HQ in Virginia for 24-hours of hacking fun. From conference room construction to manipulating web browsers with music, there were tons of impressive projects, many of which were completed by Friday morning. Here’s a look at some of the action!
Part of what makes AddThis an exciting place to work is the fun and distinct approach we take to our daily routine. Our employees are extremely talented and hardworking, which is why it’s important to balance the scale by incorporating some stress-relieving activities that also improve personal health. One way we approach this balance is through good old-fashioned exercise!
We’re pleased to announce that AlwaysOn has named AddThis one of the 2015 Global 250 private companies. From the announcement:
At this week’s NoVA UX meetup we celebrated the group’s birthday and three years of user experience events. NoVA UX was founded back in June 2012 to provide opportunities for user experience professionals in the Northern Virginia and DC metro area to connect, share ideas and learn from each other. Since then we’ve grown to nearly 1,700 members.