Scott VoigtDescribed by the team as “half Spock, half Kirk,” Scott has paid careful attention as marketing technology has changed radically over the past decade, from his studies at Wharton to his years as VP of Marketing at Silverpop.
Bruce JohnsonMost recently as Engineering Director and founder of Google's Atlanta Engineering office, Bruce can't stop himself from creating productivity tools (and dancing, despite his colleagues' pleas).
Kelly NortonHe's a shirt. He's a sock. He's a glove. He's a hat. But he has OTHER uses. Yes, far beyond that. He designs. He writes code. Makes things you can see. He did that at Google and before, MIT.
Joel WebberJoel's a reformed game developer who spent the last seven years building developer tools and cutting edge web apps at Google.
Stephanie BrubakerStephanie became a software engineer because there's less competition for the ladies' room. That, plus her passion for algorithms and building the impossible. Most recently, she worked on complex distributed graph theory problems at Google.
Ian RoseDr. Ian (not MD) is a software engineer with a particular interest in distributed system design. He has experience in both industry and academia, and most recently worked at Google.
Josh TeagueOver the last 8+ years, Josh has provided product design leadership on everything from high-end consumer appliances to web applications used by millions. Most recently, Josh was at Google where he took on a starring role as the Gmail video chat guy.
Jaime YapJaime is a software engineer with a passion for creating great user experiences. Before joining Monetology, he spent 4+ years building slick web applications, designing large scale distributed systems, and leading engineering teams at Google.
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