Developer, Ruby on Rails, Haml, SASS · I implemented the first fund (backend and front-end) for AngelPad S13.
From there, I helped with… · More developing later fund types, implementing marketing emails, UIs, etc. At this point, most of the work has been taken over by other teammates, but it's an evolving product, so I still frequently ship improvements to funds.
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AngelList's bank. Moves money from investors to startups.
Treasury moves money from investors to startups. We built a tech integration allowing for programmatic account creation, ACHs, wires and transfers. We… · More open-sourced libraries from Treasury: a ACH file processing Ruby gem, and a Ruby wrapper for protocol buffers.
Comptroller helps AngelList track 40,000+ investments made through syndicates. This includes information on the type of securities held, ownership structures… · More of the investment vehicles and valuation information. This system provides complex financial reports for investors on AngelList.
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Developer, Designer, Instigator, Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS · This was my first time using Rails, but we focused on execution and went from an idea to… · More launch in a week. That week is one of my favorite memories from my time at Bespoke Row.
We originally built this to experiment with a different way of presenting some of the data we had collected while building Bespoke Row (a custom-tailored clothing service). Instead, ShirtFitFinder ended up on LifeHacker within hours of launch and quickly became our largest channel of leads for Bespoke Row by far.
After Bespoke Row shut down, this is the only piece that is still alive.