Jason Stirman has been dubbed the "master at developing super simple, super useful sites."
Stirman has been developing web applications since he graduated with a Computer Science degree from The University of Texas in 2001. He has worked for, and founded, multiple startups, some of which have been acquired by companies such as Hewlett Packard and other global corporations.
Stirman is currently working for the Obvious Company. His past positions include working at Twitter, managing engineers that build internal web apps for project management, sharing creative mocks/ideas and conducting peer reviews. His niche is designing and building small apps that accomplish a specific goal, as simply as possible. His personal projects have been featured on The NBC Today Show, Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, TechTV and many more.
Stirman currently lives in Mill Valley, CA with his wife and two children.
Founder, Creator, CEO
2016 - Current (10 months)
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BA, Computer Science2001
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