Patrick co-founded Raptr in 2007 with Dennis Fong. As Raptr’s Vice President of Engineering, Patrick guides the growth and development of the company’s eponymous software while also overseeing its back-end technology and operations. Prior to Raptr, Patrick was a senior software engineer at Google, where he was instrumental in scaling and launching dozens of key products, including Google Docs and Google Maps. Prior to Google, Patrick was a senior systems engineer at E*TRADE Financial. Patrick was also a founding team member at Digital Rights Agency, where he built a song management and billing system that was later acquired by Digital Music Group. His exposure to gaming started out in 1997 as one of the top professional Quake players and during that time he founded GXMod which became a widely popular award-winning Quake 2 enhancement. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of California at Davis.
BS, Computer Science1997 - 2001
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