Eric Robertson

About Eric Robertson

Robertson is responsible for the DevOps product line at CollabNet. Prior to CollabNet, Eric served as Director of services and portfolio management for enterprise solutions at Unisys. Eric joined Cisco through a company acquisition, where he led product management for Cisco's cloud automation and SAP ALM extension offerings. Eric has successfully held product development, services and management roles with enterprises and start-ups and has provided consulting services to Fortune 500 companies. Eric holds a patent in the area of virtualization and a Master's Degree in Electrical and Software Engineering from University of Texas in Austin and continues to further his research in domain- specific languages, and intelligent automation.

CollabNet and #YesWeCode Extend Agile Training to Diverse Population

There has been a lot of buzz lately about the growing number of jobs in technology, and simultaneously many stories about the lack of diversity within the profession. There’s no doubt the tech field can feel like a bubble at times and I’ve often wondered if we, as an industry, are leaving an entire talented and creative population untapped when it comes to the booming U.S. Technology Economy. If it is true that software is eating the world, and developers are in higher demand than ever, it is crucial that we all do our part to embrace inclusiveness of all …

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CollabNet Gathers in Washington for Federal User Group Conference

We had the pleasure of gathering in Washington D.C. last week with a number of our federal customers and partner Carahsoft, for a day of sharing vision, answering questions and listening to feedback at the Federal User Group Conference. We had the honor of hearing from Jeanne Morain, a systems management and cloud-computing expert, who gave a thought-provoking presentation on embracing digital transformation. Not surprising, the federal government market is increasingly building great software to better serve the country, and CollabNet is pleased to play a role in that effort. It was great to have our CEO, Flint Brenton, come …

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