PrePoint

February 6, 2009

Palm Hires Pre SDK Developer Community Manager

Filed under: Groundwork — mikecane @ 12:02 pm

Meet Chuq Von Rospach:

Chuq Von Rospach first joined the internet about 1980, long before most of you were probably born and definitely before most of you had any idea the internet existed. He spent almost 18 years working for Apple Computer, and is now acting as the Marketing Geek and Community Manager for Laszlo Systems in San Mateo, managing the OpenLaszlo project community and working on the corporate web sites and whatever else needs to get done.

Happily married for over 20 years to Laurie Sefton, proud papa of a blended family consisting of Tatiana (an umbrella cockatoo) and Archie (our rescued feral cat) and Manon (our cat adopted from Human Society Silicon Valley). It is never boring in our house.

His blog.

His Twitter announcement:

chuqtweet020609

His views on Palm: CES: Palm speaks out about its quest to reinvent itself » VentureBeat

Best wishes to Chuq! It sounds like Palm has made a great choice!

Bring on the SDK and the Dev love!

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2 Comments »

  1. […] Palm Hires Pre SDK Developer Community Manager ( PrePoint ) […]

    Pingback by 6 feb 2009 palm pre roundup « Palm Pre Views — February 6, 2009 @ 10:58 pm | Reply

  2. […] to a city near you (Palm preSchool is coordinating one in Des Moines) and today we came across an announcement on prepoint that Palm has added a community manager for their SDK.  @chuq good luck in the new position, we […]

    Pingback by Palm preSchool » Palm’s developer community off to a great start. — August 10, 2009 @ 11:24 pm | Reply


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