Where Computer Science Meets Philosophy

This summer, I started my first engineering internship at Percolate, tasked with building the mobile automation framework for our iOS and Android apps.


Lessons from the CEO on Planning, Building, and Managing Product

Percolate co-founder Noah Brier spoke to my “Managing Technological Innovation” class about the company—I applied for an internship position immediately after.


Introducing Percolate’s First Summer Intern Class

This is the first year that the Percolate Product Team has welcomed interns for the summer.


Percolate Announces Second Open Source Android Development Library

Percolate is happy to announce its second open source Android library, Foam. In October 2014, we brought you Caffeine, a utility library meant to help speed up Android application development.


Turning Design Into Code: Tips for Designers from an Engineer

A few months ago Jason Shen touched on the idea of a full-stack creative team in the Percolate marketing department.

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How I Manage Products at Percolate

Percolate’s platform is used by the world’s biggest and fastest growing brands. With enhancements launching several times a day, our company relies on product managers, or PMs, to release features that meet the immediate needs of our customers without losing sight of our long-term mission to build the system of record for marketing.


Introducing Caffeine: an Open Source Library to Speed Up Android Development

Every software company relies heavily on open source software, and at Percolate, we try to give back to that community by sharing our own code with the world.


5 Product Team Practices That Help Us Build Better Software

Recently, we’ve reorganized the structure of our product team. We moved from one large group into five mini teams, each composed of members of design, client solutions, product management, frontend, backend, and mobile engineering.


MoSo 2014: Highlights From Canada’s Conference on Mobile and Social

About two weeks ago, I went up to Saskatoon for MoSo 2014 — Canada’s leading conference on Mobile and Social.