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Are you creating your annual plan, locking in resources, and setting priorities in motion for 2022?

Testlio's CEO Steve Semelsberger recently held a fireside chat with three engineering leaders at the forefront of technology, process, and talent. Watch the on-demand recording to learn how Microsoft, MeetUp, and Bright Health are thinking about software development in 2022, including budgeting, staffing, partner selection, release planning, and more.

 


Meet Our Panelists

Rajib Ahmed

CTO of Meetup

Rajib is an established technology leader with over 17 years of experience in the digital media, e-commerce, finance, automotive, and government industries. Prior to Meetup, he was the CTO at Rodo and Investopedia. An engineer at heart who loves to code, Rajib takes pride in bringing products to life and is a mobile first app advocate. 

Steven Bailey

Corporate Vice President of Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint Engineering 

Steve has been with Microsoft for 26 years and leads the engineering team for OneDrive and SharePoint. His team delivers a set of products from OneDrive, Microsoft Lists, SharePoint, and the new Viva suite that help support a vast array of customers from consumers, students, small businesses, front-line workers, large enterprises, and governments.

Brian Gambs

CTO of Bright Health

Brian has led software engineering and technology organizations for companies at all stages of growth, with an emphasis on health care solutions for consumers and providers. As CTO, he is responsible for Bright Health’s technology strategy and execution, which includes software, data, and cloud engineering, analytics, infrastructure, cybersecurity, and enterprise business applications. Previously Brian served as Vice President of Engineering and Principal Architect at athenahealth as well as CTO and Co-Founder of Patient IO. 

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