Daniel Hammond

  • @drh
  • Software Engineer, Clubhouse
First engineer at clubhouse. Mostly iOS. Previously fb, Dropbox and some small startups. 
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Software Engineer

  • Clubhouse
  • Jul 2020 - Present


Sep 30, 2021
Sep 30, 2021
Shipped a feature
Shipped clips for clubhouse, short 30 second shareable videos generated by our iOS app while you're listening to the room. Was a really fun project to work on, doing a lot of AVFoundation and CoreAnimation wrangling to get the animations working. Excited to see what the community does with this!


Jul 14, 2021
Jul 14, 2021
Shipped a feature
Shipped the Backchannel: direct messages as a first party clubhouse feature. Such a rewarding project to work on, but I’m most proud of the timeline.  We got v1 launched six weeks after our first lines of code. Also I’ve never starred in a better product launch video :)


Sep 14, 2020
Sep 14, 2020
Launched a mobile app
Launched Clubhouse on the App Store. 
Jul 15, 2020
Jul 15, 2020
Started a new role at Clubhouse
Joined clubhouse team as first engineer.
Software Engineer, Clubhouse


Feb 17, 2017
Feb 17, 2017
Reposted by Daniel Hammond
Staff Engineer, Dropbox
Published an Open Source Project
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