This is a personal blog…The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer. Blogging is a rather spontaneous activity. . .unedited and unproofed. The thoughts represented by each post, however, are measured and considered. As always, I reserve the right to change my opinion with little, or no, notice.
Tyler Hannan is an experienced technologist with a passion for human interaction. Tyler Hannan is Director of Technical Marketing at Basho. Basho makes Riak, an open source, distributed database. Tyler’s career, regardless of industry (payments, retail, scientific imaging, government), has been focused on data…database administration, data warehousing, data science and now, distributed systems.
Hannan travels the country and is a popular software, technology, and payments industry panelist and presenter.
Prior to joining Basho Technologies, Hannan worked for diverse Denver-area software companies including IP Commerce, StorePerform Technologies, Research Systems, and Rational Software with responsibilities ranging from production database support and implementation, data-warehouse design, technical consultant, corporate trainer, and network administrator.
Hannan also serves on the board of directors of Confluence Ministries, a Denver-area non-profit focused on community development. In October of 1999, as a civilian, Hannan was awarded the “Air Force Meritorious Service Award,” for his work with the Civilian Personnel Office of the Air Reserve Personnel Center.
I am “just this guy, you know”.
I’m a serial startup employee (addict?). With these companies, I’ve seen the good, bad, and frequently ugly. Like many of the practitioner turned marketing/management ilk, I have spent the majority of my career primarily rooted in technology pursuits.
Ultimately, I suppose I’m a believer that using technology to solve complex business problems is exciting.