Dave Peterson

Dave Peterson is Chief Technology Officer at PebblePost, responsible for engineering and platform architecture, data science machine learning, and scaling delivery and performance. He brings demonstrated ability to drive revenue growth and productivity improvements through technology and agile process innovations. Prior to PebblePost, Dave spent four years at Rubicon Project as Senior Vice President, Technology. During his tenure, he led the buyer technology team in developing innovative products to automate the buying of advertising for all buyer partners. Before Rubicon, he co-founded and was CTO of nimbleTV a TV-Anywhere technology company. Dave has held numerous senior level technology roles including CTO at PulsePoint (formerly ContextWeb) where he built the RTB Exchange generating new annual revenues of $90M; VP Engineering at the DSP x+1; and CTO of Unicast. In addition, David spent a decade in online publishing at the Associated Press managing the R&D team responsible for moving AP from analog to digital news delivery whereby boosting revenues $50M. Dave holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor.
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November 03, 2017

5 Tactics to Beat Big Data Hiring Challenges

(Via The Enterprisers Project) PebblePost CTO Dave Peterson shares five strategies for hiring big data talent and other in-demand technology specialists....

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August 10, 2017

Systematic Success: 9 Tips for Building the Engineering Career that You Want

OK, budding engineers, so you’ve read my first post and made your decision on whether to go into consulting or product development. (You mean you haven’t read my first post? Well, here it is. I’ll...

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July 18, 2017

So You've Got an Engineering Degree. Now What?

The son of a close friend recently entered the workforce with an engineering degree. He’s already bored with his first job. Now the poor kid fears he made a terrible mistake and wonders if it’s too...

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