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Radical Thinkers

by Jack Santos  |  June 13, 2013  |  Comments Off on Radical Thinkers

I couldn’t help but notice the similarity between Harper Reed (on the left), one of the keynoters at this year’s Catalyst Conference, and our own Danny Brian (on the right).



Harper is known for his creativity for the Obama campaign software efforts.  Danny is known for his creativity and technical prowess with web development.  In fact, Danny will be speaking as part of the Radical Thinking track – and he has got some wild things to show you on ways to think about what you are delivering.

It’s going to be quite the show – but do try to keep these two apart, even if they are both radical.   Catalyst 2013 – San Diego July 29.

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Jack Santos
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7 years at Gartner
40 years IT industry

Jack Santos is a Research Vice President with Gartner, part of the Enterprise Architecture and Technology Innovation team within the Gartner for IT Leaders product. He focuses on enterprise architecture and technology trends. Mr. Santos' specific area of research covers individual development, leadership and management practices for enterprise architects, EA innovation, and collaboration approaches. Read Full Bio

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