David Green joins Tasktop as VP of Engineering

by David Green, June 15th, 2010
David Green My experience with Mylyn began shortly after it was released in 2006 as a way to access bug reports from my IDE. It didn’t take long for me to discover how radically my effectiveness and productivity were affected by Mylyn’s ability to track the context of each task and trigger my situational memory. Mylyn’s effect on my work was so profound that over the following years I was inspired to create several extensions for Mylyn, including automatic creation of task contexts for model-driven development (MDD) tools, context-driven domain diagrams, and WikiText. It was through these projects and others that I came to know a world-class team, the creators of Mylyn at Tasktop.
Mylyn’s frameworks and Tasktop’s products have become the hub of a new movement in software development, focused on integrating Agile methodologies and ALM tools to provide the groundbreaking productivity gains of the task-focused interface. It’s with great excitement that I join the team at Tasktop as Vice President of Engineering. I look forward to working with one of the most innovative software development companies that exists at the center of the Agile and ALM space and leading edge of the Eclipse community.
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About David Green

David Green is Vice President of Architecture at Tasktop Technologies. Prior to Tasktop, David was a founding member of MAKE Technologies where he held the positions of CTO, Vice President of Technology and Principal Tools Architect. At MAKE David pioneered a model-driven approach to legacy modernization on the Eclipse platform, integrating business requirements, semantic code generation and data transformation. David is an Eclipse committer, and creator of Mylyn WikiText, a framework and tools for integrating wiki formatting into the Eclipse platform. David is well known for his widely read blog Green's Opinion, apps for iPhone and Android, and speaking engagements at conferences such as JavaOne and EclipseCon.

One Response to “David Green joins Tasktop as VP of Engineering”

  1. Wojtek Says:

    Congrats David!

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