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Brian is a management consultant and technologist. After spending the last 12 years in the US, Brian recently relocated to Australia. When not staying up late at Startup Camp he can be found assisting technology start-ups in the Sydney area.
Brian has a MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a BSc from the University of Caterbury.
David combines sales, startup and development experience in his role as a sales engineer for enterprise development tools at Atlassian. Prior to this, he developed communications applications in a mobile development startup, pay systems for the Department of Defence and an ISP startup for inner-city apartments. You'll be able to read more about his interests in interest in collaboration, startups and productivity on his new blog at www.david-soul.com.
Geoff has over a decade of experience working in IT companies, including at Sydney-based companies Softection and Altium and global companies Altera and Research in Motion. His many roles have included software management, marketing, and product management. His attention to detail and ability to effectively manage complex projects has earned him a reputation as a solid performer. His current day job is www.momentville.com
He graduated from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Computer Engineering. Geoff has a passion for technology and its use in improving everyday life processes.
Kathryn is a freelance journalist who has written for iTnews, Atomic, PC Authority and other tech publications. She has a thorough knowledge of the Australian IT landscape and the cutting-edge technologies that power it. She also has extensive marketing and PR knowledge, having promoted newspapers, websites, theatre productions, comedy shows and a circus sideshow.
Jonathan is an Irish software engineer who has travelled the globe, eaten dog and survived. Now he is living it up in Sydney, hacking away in Ruby for Westwick-Farrow and studying for a Masters in Software Design. Previous roles included J2EE work for Dalian Hi-Think, General Electric and Arvato Finance. When not working for a paycheck he is often found tinkering away for non-profit companies.
David is a serial entrepreneur who currently co-founded ThreatMETRIX in 2005. Other current activities are founder of http://Jollo.com a language translation social network and advisor to http://encassa.com - desktop software stopping keylogger malware.
He has more than 15 years experience in technical and management roles within the software industry. Prior to co-founding ThreatMETRIX David founded SpamMATTERS delivering products used by Federal Government enforcement agencies for tracking Phishing and Spamming operations.
At Surfcontrol, he was VP of Global Research, a leading internet content filtering company that has most recently been acquired by WebSENSE. Among his achievements at SurfControl was driving the Email Filtering and flagship anti-spam solutions to generate over 30% of company revenues.
David arrived at his position at SurfControl when EmU Tech, another company he founded, was acquired by SurfControl in 2001. Mr. Jones holds a B.E. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology, Sydney.