An avid marathon runner, Doron Reuveni claims to be the fastest CEO in the software business. And to prove it, he’ll race you (and maybe give you a head-start).
Like all honest and respectable finance professionals, Julie refuses to assist me in laundering money for the mafia. She's also not very helpful with tax fraud, either.
When his dream of becoming a batboy for the Detroit Tigers fizzled at the age of 30, Matt Johnston renounced his beliefs and turned to marketing.
A master of communication, Fumi Matsumoto once tried to outline dev requirements to his team through interpretive dance.
A consummate perfectionist, John Montgomery argues that instant messengers "could be more instant" and dreams of the day when Wikipedia finally becomes error-free.
Damian Roskill didn't dial the wrong number. You answered the wrong phone.
It's been said that community management is a lot like herding cats. Lucky for uTest, Peter Shih moonlights as a semi-professional cat herder. Semi-true story.
Perhaps the greatest whiteboard artist of his generation, Roy Solomon’s talent for drawing pie charts, bar graphs and stick figures may never be fully appreciated during his lifetime.
A very serious tennis player, Warren is wanted for questioning in the disappearances of three umpires, a ball boy and a spectator who coughed during a match.
A sports car enthusiast, Marc Weinstein is the first sales person to ever break the sound barrier on his morning commute.