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Recent Updates from the Making Vimeo Blog
Mar 12, 2015
Here’s an excerpt from a post originally published to my blog:
Feb 23, 2015
Before Mackenzie Clark began crushing code for Vimeo On Demand, she co-founded Hack@Brown, “the craziest-hardest-awesomest thing” she’d ever done. (She hasn’t seen the second half of our 2015 roadmap yet. Wink.) This year, Mackenzie went back to her alma mater to mentor undergraduate hackathon…