Luke is a hacker and learner. He joined the eSpark team as CTO because he has a passion for understanding how elementary schoolchildren’s learning can be dramatically personalized with technology.
Previously, he managed the Mobile Platform team at Facebook, which provides distribution, payments, and tools to developers on iOS and Android devices. He also helped build Facebook Connect and the initial version of the OAuth 2.0 protocol.
Luke holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Chicago.
BS, Computer Science2004
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