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Presentation: Lessons Learned Building Messaging Software with a Fully Remote Team

Track: SPONSORED SOLUTIONS TRACK III

Location: Westminster, 4th flr.

Duration: 10:35am - 11:25am

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Abstract

Our experience working with hundreds of customers who use Mattermost, an open source messaging workspace, and a distributed team of 50 with hundreds of additional contributors all working remotely, has taught us several lessons about communications tools and how to get work done across time zones. I’ll share several examples of good and suboptimal communication working with remote teams. I’ll also discuss the infrastructure and tools we found help us and our users become more effective teams and provide clarity in our work.

Speaker: Corey Hulen

CTO and Co-founder @Mattermost

Corey Hulen is the CTO and co-founder of Mattermost, Inc., creators of the open source enterprise messaging workspace built for privacy-conscious organizations. Prior to Mattermost, he founded Tempo AI, a machine intelligence startup spun out from Stanford Research Institute, which was acquired by Salesforce.com. Before that, Corey served as an engineering manager and architect for Microsoft Office in its enterprise software business across the SharePoint and Business Intelligence product lines. He is an alumnus of California Polytechnic State University.

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