|University of Washington, DNF||1989|
|Computer Science, Music Theory|
|Woodinville High School, Degree||1987|
|Chemistry, Calculus, Physics, French|
Scott has over twenty years experience in technology ranging from consumer to enterprise, software to appliance.
Before Clustrix, Scott directed Software Quality Assurance and Engineering Operations at Isilon Systems through the early growth stages to revenue over $100M. Isilon successfully IPO’d in 2006 and was acquired by by EMC in 2010 for $2.25B.
Earlier roles at Getty Images, Microsoft, and Nintendo kept Scott focused on building highly scalable processes and teams.
Scott studied Computer Science at the University of Washington.