Joe brings over three decades of experience as both an engineer and a leader. He has personally contributed to several game changing initiatives, including the first personal computer at Xerox, the rise of RDBMS in the early days of Oracle, and the desktop publishing revolution at Adobe. In addition to his individual contributions, Joe has been a leader at companies ranging from small startups to the Fortune 500.

Joe’s technical interests include system software, knowledge representation, and rights management. He has over 10 issued patents with others pending. Joe earned simultaneous Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo where he is a member of the Computer Science Advisory Board.

Recent Blog Posts

November 30, 2017
The reason why MarkLogic is winning against the giants of the database industry – we listen to our customers. Faster time to value, lower costs, more agility, more sharing & the ability to run anywhere.
August 10, 2017
Meet the Early Access partners who worked by our side to help make MarkLogic 9 more powerful, more secure and more manageable.
April 25, 2017
There was a time when using NoSQL was a risk to your business. Now it is a risk not to use NoSQL. But not all NoSQL is equal!
NoSQL is known for allowing speed and agility. But at what price? Can you have security and privacy too? Here's the secret weapon the biggest enterprises have found.
You have a superb team that wrings every last efficiency out of your ETL processes. That’s great – but they’re solving the wrong problem. The issue isn’t how to shave more off the cost of ETL, it’s that you have to work so hard in the first place.
German philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer once said, “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.” When it comes to NoSQL, it appears that Oracle is trying to cover all of the bases. In a recent eWEEK article outlining a perplexing argument against NoSQL, Oracle ridiculed NoSQL, […]
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