In our work with the leading tech companies we’ve seen that building quality software is always a team effort. Effective team members need to understand and appreciate the various aspects of the creative process, including design, innovation, development, marketing and sales.
Vincit Dev Talks is designed to bring directors down from their towers and developers out from their cubicles. We will feature speeches on a variety of topics ranging from marketing and business development to software engineering. Talks will be brief but informative, leaving time to chat and enjoy the free food and drinks
Let’s get to know each other as we all enjoy some tasty food and drinks!
Tim is a current program instructor at LearningFuze, and previous instructor at Orange County Code School. Alongside his 6 years of development experience he has a true passion for development and teaching others to understand challenging concepts.
Mark Quinsland is a Field Engineer based on the West Coast. He was a full-stack developer and consultant for the global automotive industry before becoming a pre/post sales engineer with a Santa Clara-based NoSQL & Graph startup. His true passion is helping people harness the power of tech to solve interesting problems. When not working or traveling, Mark can usually be found hiking with his dogs along nearby Folsom Lake.
David Vessie is a former Biologist and Analyst turned BizDev pro 15 years ago when he moved from Canada Eh? David Loves to help friends get timely insights from data to make smart, faster decisions that delight customers at healthy margins. Expertise in GIS, Geodemographics, Predictive Modeling, Graph Databases, MDM, Data Quality, and just spent 3+ years helping self-service data analytics provider Alteryx go IPO. This fun day job at Neo4j allows David do his most important calling, helping his wife rear their 3 kids.
Validated parking is NOT provided for the event. You are welcome to park in the WeWork parking structure but parking fees will apply. For free parking, go to Irvine Spectrum lot just across the street at the corner of Spectrum Center Drive and Gateway. As you exit structure and head towards intersection, there is a pedestrian walkway to the left that leads you directly to Building 200.