Articles tagged “news”

Meet Matt, our new Front-end Developer!

Hi there! Welcome to the Discogs Team! Do you mind introducing yourself? I recently moved to Portland from Pensacola, Florida and am loving it. I'm a designer and front-end developer. Tell us a bit about your development background. I've been working professionally as a designer and interface developer for about ten years. I started programming with ActionScript […]

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Discogs Team: Meet Jeremy!

    Hi there! Welcome to the Discogs Team! Do you mind introducing yourself, sharing a little about your development background? I've been a developer for the past 8 years with a couple years as a technical business analyst mixed in for good measure.  I started my career with "low-level" development in C/C++ writing code […]

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Discogs Team: Meet Corey!

    Hi there! Welcome to the Discogs Team! Do you mind introducing yourself?   Hey, my name is Corey. I’m originally from Chicago and new to Portland but I am loving the Pacific Northwest. I enjoy writing code and collecting records.   Tell us a bit about your development background.   I come from […]

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We’re headed to Utrecht!

  April 13th & 14th, 2013, we will be at the Mega Record & CD Fair at Jaarbeurs Utrecht! We will have a table where you can come by to say hello, ask questions, or just have a chat. We are very excited to get to meet new faces, talk about Discogs, and catch up with […]

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Jobs at Discogs

As we continue to grow, we have found a need to add more great people to our team! Could you be one of them? We are currently looking for a Python Developer and someone for Community Support. You can check out the listings on our Jobs Page.

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Design and Usability Changes aka Discogs gets new kicks

If you watch our social networking posts ( Facebook & Twitter ), you may have noticed us hinting at some work going on here in the office. Soon we will be unveiling a new site header and footer. This is the first part of a series of design and usability changes after months of surveys, […]

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