SVP, Engineering at Bigcommerce
Things I Wish Someone Told Me in 2010 (Bob Lord, CISO @ Yahoo!)
Last week the news broke [https://twitter.com/YahooInc/status/658610580996141056] that Bob Lord would be joining Yahoo! as their new Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He starts his new role in 2 weeks. > Excited to welcome our new Chief Information Security Officer @boblord [https://twitter.com/boblord]! https://t.
Big Growth in Austin
Four months afterour first acquisition [https://medium.com/@Mr.P/the-strategy-of-mergers-acquisitions-99c31996f691], I’m thrilled to announce that Bigcommerce is expanding to Downtown Austin! We were looking for anoffice befitting a startup [https://medium.com/@Mr.P/when-your-startup-needs-a-bigger-office-1695b8c84755], with the charm and character that would fostercreative work [https://medium.com/@Mr.
Max Levchin on Entrepreneurship
One week after Bigcommerce and PayPal announced [https://twitter.com/PayPal4Business/status/601509383046963200] a strategic partnership, we were fortunate to host Max Levchin in our SF office. Max was one of the original cofounders of PayPal where he served as the CTO until its acquisition by Ebay in 2002. In
Down Under with Chris Fry
I’ve worked with Chris Fry in various capacities over the past 10 years on the Engineering teams of two great companies: Salesforce.com and Twitter. I’m excited that our professional relationship continues at Bigcommerce with Chris in his advisory role. Chris is an authentic leader who understands technology,
Creativity in the Workplace
We’re putting the finishing touches on our new office in San Francisco. Weoutgrew our old space [https://medium.com/@Mr.P/when-your-startup-needs-a-bigger-office-1695b8c84755], so we needed a larger office in which to operate. Beyond that, we wanteda space that would inspire our teamto create and deliver software that changes people’
Building a Global Engineering Team
dawn of a new day At the beginning of 2014, I was looking for a new challenge. My two most recent roles were at fast-growing technology companies which became household names. I enjoyed their successes, but felt the urge to join a much smaller team. I wanted to build. I