Category Archives : Lizards

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ASPRS 2012 in Sacramento

Editor’s Note: Genie wrote this weeks ago and we meant to post it right away, but we dropped the ball (“we” being an unidentified editorial entity who may or may not have the initials MF). Sacramento! Image courtesy of Robert Parker. A handful of us Lizards attended the ASPRS conference in Sacramento last week. Here […]

New Lizard Dani

Last month we introduced you to our new inside sales support rep Travis, and this month we’ve got another addition to our small and tight-knit outfit we’d like you to meet. Dani (pictured below moments before dipping into a cauldron of java) is now our sales support lizard and will contribute to the efforts of […]

Our man in print

The Associaton of American Geographers has just published the book Practicing Geography: Careers for Enhancing Society and the Environment, a “comprehensive new resource…designed to prepare students for careers in business, government, and non-profit organizations”. And hey! our own business development manager Jeff Young is profiled in it. One of the authors, Janice Monk, writes about how Jeff makes […]

New Lizard Travis Applegate

Folks, we’d like to introduce you to a new Lizard. Travis Applegate joined us before the holidays as our inside sales support rep, renewing licenses for our existing customers. He fits right in here — we put him through an ordeal by fire at our holiday white elephant gift exchange and he came through with […]

New Lizard Rich Estrin

LizardTech is moving toward more frequent releases and a bit more of an agile development schedule. We decided we could use a dedicated engineering manager to focus on the issues inherent in quicker turnaround and we found that person in Rich Estrin. Bringing software products to market. Rich is a guy who’d rather be developing software […]