CTO @ SumAll / Acquired by a large systematic investment manager
VP Engineering @ SumAll
Senior Engineer, R&D @ Bloomberg
Hands-on, results-oriented technology leader with extensive experience in startup and transitional environments. Demonstrated results as a motivator and mentor who can manage in ambiguous and challenging situations while meeting aggressive production goals. Visionary and enthusiastic; exceptional ability to take products and companies from concept to production and lead through challenges associated with uncertainty, rapid change, and potentially
Hands-on, results-oriented technology leader with extensive experience in startup and transitional environments. Demonstrated results as a motivator and mentor who can manage in ambiguous and challenging situations while meeting aggressive production goals. Visionary and enthusiastic; exceptional ability to take products and companies from concept to production and lead through challenges associated with uncertainty, rapid change, and potentially explosive growth.
Currently VP of Engineering at SumAll. SumAll is an award winning, high growth company building a business intelligence (BI) tool for small and medium-sized businesses. In the first 18 months of employment, SumAll grew connected users and businesses from 27K to 277K (10x) and grew connected third-party platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Google Analytics, Square, etc.) from 38K to 710K.
Other recent accomplishments include:
Speedlist (speedlist.com), online marketplace and ad server delivering over 4K personalized ad impressions per minute from an inventory of over 4M cars and trucks.
Local Food Lab (https://www.localfoodlab.com/), a startup academy and online community for food entrepreneurs.
Sofos (sofos.com), a unique, interactive tool for hedge fund managers and hedge fund investors.
VP Engineering @ directly manage a team of 20 engineers
responsible for company-wide project staffing for 8 teams and 40 team members
leads the cross-team, cross-functional coordination meeting comprising heads of engineering, sales, business development, marketing communication, customer experience, and data
led the most prolific period of new third-party integrations in SumAll’s history -- 14 new platforms in two months
led the transformation from a monolithic architecture to a microservices architecture to meet stability, scaling and performance demands
led the introduction of Docker and the containerization of microservices and existing legacy services
introduced functional programming and Haskell as an alternative to Java for back-end development
introduced process improvements for product management, team management, and release management
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