Larry has a deep history of Silicon Valley entrepreneurship and loves taking great products and turning them into high-growth market successes. He most recently held several vice president and C-level roles at ArcSight, where he was a driving force behind the launch of the company, the product and the brand as VP of Marketing and Business Development. During his seven-year tenure at ArcSight, Larry helped lead the company from stealth mode to publicly traded industry leader doing more than $100 million in annual sales.
Larry has also worked at the executive level at several startup and public Silicon Valley companies including ePAC Technologies, Branders.com, and Caere.(now Nuance) Corp. Larry is a guest lecturer in entrepreneurship studies at Arizona State University and holds four ecommerce patents from his work at Branders.com in adapting desktop graphics technologies to online ordering and fulfillment.
Jonathan is a co-founder of Replay Solutions and is passionate about improving the way software is built and delivered. His research has resulted in 16 patent filings for technologies including high performance networking, application virtualization, and the record/replay of computer programs.
Jonathan is a frequent speaker on software lifecycle best practices and enjoys engaging audiences to uncover new ideas around using technology to improve the lives of software teams. Before being pulled into the software industry, Jonathan studied Electrical Engineering at Carleton University. He has over 15 years experience as an engineer and entrepreneur with companies which include Nortel Networks (NT), Milkyway Networks (MWAY), and Muse Corporation.
Jeff has great experience as a developer in the game industry, having worked on a number of titles such as 'Star Wars: Jedi Star Fighter'. Jeff began his career with SGI in their Advanced Graphics Division and went on to help lead the development of next generation online gaming technology with LucasArts, made famous by 'Star Wars'.
Jeff has been awarded a patent for innovative compilation techniques, and has been published by the Association of C/C++ Users. Jeff studied Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California at Berkeley, and continued his studies at Stanford.
Grover Righter has held executive positions in marketing and product development at ClearApp (acquired by Oracle), Novell, AT&T, Kabira and Geoworks. At ClearApp, Grover directed the J2EE APM/APR solution launch within 2004, which helped drive sales into major customers in several Fortune 500 customers. His development teams designed the secure enterprise object directory at Novell and he headed the Java server technologies initiative at Geoworks, resulting in major sales to global telecom system providers.
Grover has been actively involved in the JCP, IETF, IEEE and ITU technical standards. He has degrees in mathematics and computer engineering and has completed the International Business Marketing program at INSEAD.