CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
One of the first software developers at Broadcast.com, Marshall built the company's first database driven content pages, reporting and billing systems, and industry leading pay-per-view video streaming systems. After Broadcast.com was acquired by Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) in 1999, Marshall led integration of Broadcast.com's Windows-based infrastructure with Yahoo!’s Unix systems. At Yahoo!, Marshall built massively scalable systems, including Yahoo's Universal Media Player platform, serving up millions of page views per day.
Previously acquainted in their undergraduate years, Marshall and Andy reconnected at Yahoo!, and collaborated on Yahoo's Request Radio project, their patented social radio station network. Marshall developed a system to rapidly encode the entire North American music catalog.
|At Hanson Robotics, Marshall managed a software development team integrating motion control, speech recognition, speech synthesis, artificial intelligence and vision systems for award winning facial expression robots. Hanson Robotics creations have been featured on the Today Show, in WIRED magazine, and at WIRED NextFest.
With additional experience ranging from developing natural gas well monitoring services at Digital Drilling Data Systems, to equity trading accounting systems and created custom risk management analysis tools at Hunt Financial Services, Marshall has a strong background in building out and managing solutions for unique client requirements.
At Downtempo, Marshall enjoys both getting new projects off the ground quickly, and helping large existing projects scale to new heights. Marshall has extensive experience managing both onshore and offshore software development teams.