It was great to be interviewed by BuiltInNYC for the article on best ways to get product/engineering teams to collaborate during these difficult times. Check out the article here!
It's been a while since my last post, tons of things happened, which one day I will hopefully write an update about. I'm usually too busy building exciting stuff to post on a regular basis.. but I will make an effort to write more. For now - check out the new product, design and engineering blog at Yieldstreet. It's called "Distributed", which is a play on words: Distributed architectureDistributions we make to our investorsDistributed ...
We had another awesome hackathon at Mark43. Check out my article for our engineering blog, with some cool project details! https://medium.com/mark43-engineering/mark43s-2018-dope-hackathon-rundown-a96e35d3301a
I first learned this lesson ten years ago at my first company (a financial technology startup), where as a newly minted engineering manager, I let the client know on Friday afternoon that the release scheduled for today wouldn't be happening. The resulting explosion was a harsh lesson, but I'm glad I learned it early. (more…)
Some time before my current role at Mark43 (a technology company), I was part of the IT department in a non-technical company. This was not by choice - I joined a "startup within a large organization" - but that's how it happened. It was not a good experience, but I've learned some things. In this Forbes article, I (and some other execs from non-tech companies) share their best tips for survival: (more…)
I've been contributing to Forbes for a while, but today, my first full-length article got published. I talk about a system I've created over the years that lets you select a software vendor. (more…)