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 sliders from Burntzilla!
Andrew is the Business Operations Director for Veritone Inc in Costa Mesa, CA. He enjoys building products that have long term value for the client, consumer, and the end user. He sees this challenge as an exciting opportunity to learn something each day from whatever product he is building.
Andrew is a Senior UX Engineer at Obsidian Security, a company that focuses on cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and hybrid-cloud environments and is led by former founding team members of Cylance and Carbon Black. He has 12 years of experience building enterprise and consumer applications for companies like AWS, Acura, and Blackberry. The majority of his work is focused on creating data visualizations and building UI component libraries.
David is the VP Engineering at Acorns and prior to that he was an Engineer with Amazon for 11 years. During that time he was a serial entrepreneur, bouncing from business to business innovating in Payments, Retail, and Operations. He is a Southern California native, but has spent time overseas in England and Japan, and speaks Japanese fluently, he is passionate about what he does and helping out the next generation.
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.