Daniel is a card carrying member of ACM Professional, and IBM Global Entrepreneur. Daniel serves on boards of numerous technology start-ups. He also serves on non-profit boards. Daniel started his career at fortune 500s, but he left significant P&L and headcount responsibilities to join the dotcom boom. Some of the titles he held includes Chief Architect, Chief Engineer, Chief Technology Officer, Director of Global Operations, among others.
He worked for a new IPO company which later sold for $4 Billion. For an encore, he worked for a small IT company in northern Silicon Valley. He led a group of kick-ass geek commandos who developed a global enterprise upgrade path simply known as Y2K bug fix. It sold for $10 Billion.
Nights and weekends he can usually be found writing cool apps for mobile and web or teaching others how to do so. Troy has spoken at O’Reilly’s Velocity, MobileWeb Dev Con, Mobile Dev+Test, NG-Vegas, and Angular Summit. He is a regular speaker at So Cal and Silicon Valley Code Camps and to local developer groups all over southern California and Las Vegas. A few of his talks can be found on his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rockncoder.
Troy loves writing about software development. His first magazine article was published in Dr. Dobb’s magazine over 20 years agos. His posts have been featured on Safari Books Online, Packt Publishing and his blog: http://therockncoder.com. He has published videos for Packt Publishing and Learn Now Online.
Brad is a PeoleSoft alum, and he is the IT director with Broadcom. Brad is an IT professional focused on deploying enterprise information systems and technology that enable organizations to scale. As a technology leader at Broadcom for the past 10 years, he has enabled Broadcom’s Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, and HR organizations to dramatically increase their efficiency as the company grew from $750M to $8B in annual revenue and from 2,000 to 12,000 employees today. He has successfully deployed and upgraded several enterprise applications to support this dramatic growth. His focus is on enterprise solutions to optimize full stream business processes across functions such as: Quote to Cash, Plan to Produce, Hire to Fire, Procure to Pay, and Outsourced Manufacturing.
Ray Gallager is a Senior Full Stack Software Developer and CTO of MSK Security. MSK was started as a payment solution for e-Commerce and evolved to a secure login and SSO system. The company was started to provide secure payments and authorization on the internet because of the rise in online fraud. With the increase in e-Commerce and online banking, MSK also had a vision for simplifying and strengthening online security by eliminating the need to distribute sensitive information over the internet such as credit card numbers, Social Security Numbers, usernames and passwords.
We Developed the MSK Security Token (Non- Linear Authentication) (7,861,077)().
We Developed MSR – Encryption (Pattern-less Random Encryption )( 7,593,525) Patented in 2009.