Welcome Jakub Cech to the IOTA Foundation

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

Jakub Cech is a product manager and software engineer, whose areas of interest are in learning algorithms, distributed systems programming, programming for parallel computing platforms, and cloud microservices. Jakub studied Artificial intelligence programming at the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech republic. He also holds a degree in Economics from the same university.

Most recently, Jakub worked as a Program Manager at Microsoft, Norway. There, he contributed to projects building on social intelligence and intelligent analytics capabilities that power Office 365 and other Microsoft products, and that reach hundreds of millions of users. He also has experience designing REST and low-level APIs. Before joining Microsoft, Jakub worked at a company called Kentico software.

On joining IOTA

Our industries and society need technologies that will support them in the transformational changes they are undergoing. Distributed Ledger technologies will be the backbone of these industries, supporting organizations and individuals in their daily needs. IOTA’s own Tangle technology is on the spot as the one technology leading this important transformation. I’m very honored and thrilled to be helping IOTA Foundation’s vision becoming a reality.

With his diverse and impressive background as a product manager and software engineer, he will be a great addition to the team. His experience in ownership of product development and management will greatly boost the output of the IOTA Foundation’s development efforts. Give him a warm welcome!

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