Hi! My name is Fred. I am a senior engineer and product manager at 1776. I've been building products for the web and mobile devices for over 12 years, for companies large and small. I'm on Twitter as @f. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Product manager and Senior engineer at 1776.vc. 1776 is an incubator and seed fund out of Washington, DC, helping startups in industries such as education, energy, transportation and smart cities.
Head of Product at Disruption Corporation. Disruption Corp was a seed fund out of Crystal City, Washington DC. Key responsibilities at Disruption included building and managing Hubble (a startup metric tracking platform), Dashboard (a community tool used at accelerator programs such as 500 Startups and Seedcamp) as well as leading the engineering team. Disruption was acquired in April 2015 by 1776, an incubator and seed fund also in the DC metro area.
Founder and partner at Webreakstuff. WBS was a product and consulting company, working on its own products, as well as building products for others. Our clients included companies such as MTV and the Viacom Group, Bell Canada, PT and Microsoft, as well as a number of startups for which we helped bring ideas to market.
Designer, developer and writer at Techcrunch. As the first employee at Techcrunch, I helped build the TC vision to fruition, one of my main accomplishments being bringing the readership numbers to over 1.000.000 daily readers and RSS subscribers. Designed the data model and vision for what would become Crunchbase.
Two years since its initial release, Redis already has an impressive list of adopters, including Engine Yard, GitHub, Craigslist and Digg. This open source data structure server is built for speed and flexibility, making it ideal for many applications. If you're using Redis or considering it, this concise cookbook provides recipes for a variety of issues you're likely to face.
Design work for Goplan, a project management application built with Ruby on Rails at Webreakstuff featured in the first book by Smashing Magazine - Smashing Book #1 -, as an example of great design. Particular highlighted features included the sign-up and login flows. Goplan has been around since 2006, and has been featured in magazines like Wired and .net.
Article on the Expert Opinion section of .Net Magazine about the potential and some of the most interesting uses for APIs, included in .Net's special issue on the inner workings of Google, and Web 2.0.
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