Jarrod Dicker is an entrepreneurial technology and media executive. Prior to joining Po.et, he was vice president of innovation and commercial strategy at The Washington Post where he oversaw the company’s technology, product, operations and strategy across all business platforms. While at the Post he also founded RED, the company’s research, experimentation and development group. Prior to that, he led product and technology teams at RebelMouse, Time Inc. and Huffington Post. He sits on the Board of Advisors for Rutgers University School of Innovation, mentors at Techstars IoT and is an advisor to MOGUL Inc., a technology platform that enables women worldwide to share ideas and access content based on personal interests.
Wesley Blake is an Cloud Solutions Architect and DevOps/Open Source Software Advocate. He formally served as the CTO for a large real estate company and specializes in building Highly Available, compliant infrastructure and develops seem-less CI/CD pipelines. Wesley constantly is contributing back to the Open Source Community on a variety of projects, and advocates for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, container technologies and Infrastructure as Code philosophies.
A product geek and digital strategist, Bronstein has been actively involved in the Bitcoin and Blockchain space since he first learned about the technology. He was previously a product management intern at Gem and, more recently, led strategic marketing initiatives at BTC Media.
A software developer specializing in APIs and web apps, Dragan has nearly 10 years of experience as a full-stack developer working for software companies like OLX (LetGo) and Globant and as an independent professional developing tailored solutions for local businesses. In his free time, he’s a game development enthusiast.
A media specialist and blockchain enthusiast since 2014, Feeny recently took a leave of absence from Emory University School of Law to focus full time on promoting blockchain solutions for problems in digital media. He has been featured in Bitcoin Magazine, The Distributed Ledger and Wolters Kluwer Securities Regulation Daily.
A former digital media strategist turned account director, Landy has led digital branding efforts for some of the world's largest Fortune 500 brands in agencies in Minneapolis and San Francisco, including P&G, Target and General Mills. Seeing the potential of disruptive technologies, she left the traditional agency world and built BTC Inc's marketing and creative agency dedicated to distributed ledger and cryptocurrency clients, BTC Studios, as its executive director.
David Turner has been a social publishing and technology leader for the past 8 years. His background is in building enterprise software that people love to use and creating companies that put people before profits. His most recent roles have given him first-hand experiences into the pain points around the attribution, discovery, and distribution of content. David is an advisor to multiple early stage startups and is a former YCombinator-backed founder (PageLever S11, acquired by Unified Social).
A jack of all trades and master of none, Miroslav has been boggling his mind with all things Devops for the last 10+ years. During that time he’s been working for multiple enterprises and helped quite a few start ups to build, automate and maintain their infrastructure in the cloud via trusted CI/CD pipelines. In his spare time he’s playing drums in a local technical death metal band and is wholeheartedly supporting crypto scene
Geoff Turk has years of experience in digital currency and software, designing and managing front-end development. He has been an advocate of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology since 2013, and he is keen to see a future in which they proliferate widely.
Warren is a software developer with decades of experience working with a diverse array of companies from the Fortune 500 to small non profits, Warren brings a deep understanding of devops culture and the software development process.
Jesse Wicks took an enthusiastic leap from the medical field to programming as a DevAnywhere student with Eric Elliott. He soon became the fastest learner Eric has ever seen. Jesse is based in Illinois where he likes to hang out with his dog Bud and play golf.
A benchmark and leader in UI and front-end development, Zalazar started in 2013 working as the software architect for a team of developers who adopted NodeJS with the Meteor JS framework as their main platform to develop web applications. In December 2014, he joined Globant and worked for Latam Airlines, United Airlines and BestDay.
As a consultant at KPMG and then the lead of China Operations for BTC Media, Zhou has gained a deep understanding of the synergy between the crypto ecosystem and the traditional world and leverages his experience for overall strategy, partnerships and key resources in the Asia-Pacific region of Po.et