We believe your most precious commodity is your attention. Every time you are interrupted you lose time and focus. When doing a monotonous task, you eventually lose focus. When the task is cumbersome, you also lose accuracy and might miss some details.
We want to empower you to collect your own usage data and leverage it to improve your life. We automate boring tasks to save you time. We automate tedious tasks to increase accuracy and completeness. Through machine learning, we are able to improve that automation after seeing how you do things.
Megan is a tech whiz and an avid self-quantifier with a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics and a minor in Cognitive Science from Harvey Mudd College. She's also studied Artificial Intelligence and computer science at UCLA. Megan specializes in visual analytics, and with her unique combination of specialties she's got a knack for developing tools that help people organize and understand their data. She started working on desktop tools but moved into web development in 2010, and now works full-time on TimeMyLife, overseeing development and integrating feedback from users.
Brian is the CEO of Rapid Prototypes, Inc. He's also the Executive Director of The Climate Foundation, and sits on the Board of Directors of Bright Energy Storage Technologies. Brian was a guest lecturer on Renewable Energy Technologies at Stanford University from 2007 - 2012. He obtained his Ph.D. in Computer and Planetary Science from Caltech. Prior to that, he graduated magna cum laude with an A.B. in Physics from Princeton University. He specializes in clean technology development and holds numerous patents. He's also very, very busy which is why he needs a tool like TimeMyLife.
Dave has been working in the software industry for over 15 years. He received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Computer Science from Brown University. He has worked at Oracle, Yahoo, and the NASA Ames Research Center, as well as a few start-ups. He has been consulting full-time since 2012, and is the co-founder of three companies (Venue View, Cardeasoft, and Green Mars Consulting). He enjoys reading and writing fiction in his spare time.
Alan Post has been doing software development since 1997, including working in finance doing algorithmic trading and working in health care modeling physician prescribing behavior. He focuses on operations and the attendant maintenance of the build pipeline that shepherds releases from development to production. Alan is an avid cyclist, and enjoys riding the trails near his family farm in Albuquerque's South Valley.
Are you jazzed about helping freelancers and independent professionals save time on business overhead so they can focus on their passions? Our next hire should be collaborative, customer-focused, excitable, and interested in trying new things.
If you want to help us take our vision to the next level, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume, how you might contribute, and any questions you might have for us.
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