Matt was instrumental in the re-architecting of Firefox Add-ons website from a legacy Django + PHP site to a modern React site.
During the migration to WebExtensions, it was clear that the legacy Firefox Add-ons website had grown too large to maintain, so Matt worked to migrate the site to a well-tested, responsive React site with Flow, Redux, redux-saga, and server-side rendering.
Sarah is a full-time contributor to the WordPress project, focussing primarily on designing Gutenberg. She also lead a team of over 25 community members in exploratory user research and usability studies.
Matt was the Accessibility Lead for WordPress 5.0 , one of the biggest WordPress releases in history, and worked to improve WordPress’ editing experience for all users .
Matt also worked to drastically improve Gutenberg’s end-to-end tests to prevent regressions and maintain a fast development pace.
Nebula Streaming Service
Developed the entire web infrastructure for the Nebula streaming service , a paid video streaming service from Standard Broadcast creators . Using a barebones video backend service, Matt planned, created, and ran the entire infrastructure needed for the Nebula web app and iOS app—a Django API, a server-rendered React app, Stripe integration, and a Kubernetes cluster on AWS—all in six months.