Richard started his career as part of the Yahoo! Intern Class of 2006 and was subsequently offered a position at Flickr. After building the Flickr Uploadr, today used by millions of Flickr users around the world, Richard left Flickr to join OpenDNS, the world’s largest and fastest-growing DNS provider. At OpenDNS, Richard leads engineering on backend systems, namely the DNS Stats processing system which handles more than 8 billion DNS queries daily. Richard is a 2007 graduate of Washington University in Saint Louis, where he earned Bachelor’s Degrees in Computer Engineering and Computer Science.
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