Technophiles Peter Kronowitt from Intel and Marc Danziger from Charmed Particles discuss the new websites and apps they are particularly grateful for this year.
(1) Pete Kronowitt
Pete Kronowitt is a Software Strategist in Intel’s Open Source Technology Center and is responsible for MeeGo business development and worldwide program for Linux operating system vendors. Peter has more than 20 years in the high-tech sector, with IBM, Xircom and more than fifteen years with Intel. He has led global teams for market and platform roadmap development in the worldwide channel and directed software ecosystem relationships for new Intel platform introductions. Peter has held positions as board observer at JBoss as part of an Intel Capital equity investment, was a founding and Steering Committee member of the Open Business Readiness Rating, and Steering Committee Vice Chair for the Open Source Development Lab Desktop Linux Working Group. Pete also participates on several open source company’s advisory boards.
Pete is also a recording artist who recently completed a tour of Asia. His music is available at PeterKronowitt.com.
(2) Marc Danziger
I’m Marc Danziger, a social-media and technology strategist for hire (and you should hire me). I’ve been thinking up, designing, and managing the development of technology projects for over 15 years with major projects in healthcare, media, automotive, retail, and politics.
I focus on two areas: developing technology strategies – typically strategies for customer and stakeholder engagement; and organization to improve technology delivery. I’ve also done quite a bit of troubled project recovery, as well as straightforward project delivery management. I’m a strong advocate of agile methodologies, and am a certified ScrumMaster.
Charmed Particles, Inc. is my company (the name comes from my early fascination with physics), and it has been in operation for almost 20 years
(3) Sites People Are Talking About
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