Welcome Emannuel Merali to the IOTA Foundation

The full article was originally published by David Sønstebø on Medium. Read the full article here.

Emmanuel Merali obtained his MSc in System Design at the University of Manchester where he defended his thesis on a cross compiler between 8051 and ARM processor. He is a passionate technophile and long time believer in the IoT vision. Emmanuel built his 20 plus years of professional experience living and working on a variety of projects in diverse countries around the world. In particular, He ran a successful development consultancy firm in the UK (incidentally also called IOTA), lead a data warehouse team in Sydney for CA, worked in Seattle for AOL on the infrastructure of the statistics system for the ICQ messenger and was CTO of the Israeli startup Mobli.

On joining IOTA

For as long as I can remember, I have dreamed of contributing to the advancement of Smart everything: smart homes, smart factories, smart cities. I strongly believe that IOTA has the potential to revolutionize the market, thanks to the many advantages of the tangle such as security, decentralization and reliability. I am confident that IOTA will play a central role in bringing this vision to reality and I am very excited to be part of the effort to develop this advanced technology.

Emmanuel is an experienced developer with a diverse background working on a plethora of back-end solutions in different industries. He brings his problem solving abilities to IOTA as well as his skills in architecting systems, big and small. We are naturally excited to have yet another senior developer with decades of experience join the Foundation. Give him a warm welcome!


Welcome Emannuel Merali to the IOTA Foundation was originally published in IOTA on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

The full article was originally published by David Sønstebø on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. Read the full article here.

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