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Photo App Meetup SF #3

Dear Photo App Enthusiast!


We have a great speaker lined up for the Photo App Meetup SF #3 at RadiumOne HQ: Jack Levin who is the CEO & Founder of ImageShack Corp. which created Yfrog Social,, SkyPath and now a suite of infrastructure products for other photo apps to help with storage, resizing thumbnails, server driven filters and much more. These infrastructure products are some of the most impressive tech in the photo space right now and can help photo app developers to scale faster, cheaper and more efficiently. Come learn how...


Here is Jack's bio:

Jack Levin is the founder of ImageShack Corp. Jack got his Computer Science degree at the University of Missouri-Columbia after moving there from St. Louis, Missouri. Before starting ImageShack, he was one of the first network engineers at Google. He learned great things from his former employer Google, which inspired him to get serious about his wish to create a successful company of his own, that soon became a leader in the photo-sharing world. If he isn’t working or spending his time with his family, you will find him eating at Shish Kabobs across the street or flying his RC helicopters….even in the office. When he is on vacation he enjoys hobbies, such as, organizing the geno sequences of DNA to find predisposed genetic illnesses by using Hadoop or inventing new math problems. He loves traveling all over with his two daughters and wife.


Hopefully see you on Tuesday!

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  • Kenji Y.

    I loved to hear about the Jack stories. It was a bit technical for me but still it was really interesting story. Especially, comparing with the service and actual server was good to know about it.

    1 · April 16, 2013

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