Engineer and serial entrepreneur. Crow spent four years at Apple working on QuickTime applications and the Java VM. He helped build several Silicon Valley startups, including Verb.com, Qbiquity, Guru.com and Unicru. He was co-founder and founding CTO of Blurb.com.
In 2006, Crow joined Google in New York. He was a Senior Product Manager for web infrastructure, working on crawl systems. He later led Google's structured data projects before founding Google Squared. He moved to Google London in 2009 to work on advanced ad systems and Android.
In January 2010 he left Google to join Songkick as their CTO. He leads their engineering group, working on web and mobile apps, scalability, service-oriented architecture and long-term technical strategy.
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