Peter Elespuru

Peter Elespuru

Software industry veteran of 14 years including startups, multinational software/hardware companies, video games, etc. Conjures elegant solutions from thin air and thought to solve challenging engineering problems.

Los Angeles, California, United States
Member since March 11, 2015
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2012 University of Colorado, Boulder , MS , Computer Science, Distributed Systems
2002 University of Colorado, Boulder , BS , Computer Science, Distributed Systems

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Companies I work or worked for:
Thesis Couture, Sun Microsystems, Blizzard Entertainment, CoconutMonkeySoftware, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Verbal World, Inc., The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Achievements (products built, personal awards won):

Patent: Steel Bands, Distributed RFID medical sensor system, United States US 2007/0083609 A1, Issued October 6, 2005

If you're an entrepreneur or corporate innovator, why?

I want to invent something cool.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs/innovators make?

Too much, too soon.

Full bio

Peter has engineered solutions for a variety of challenges including VoIP software as a service (similar to Google Voice), heterogeneous data storage platforms, and robotic tape library firmware at Sun Microsystems, satellite firmware and ground system software for NASA, scientific data processing and engaging data visualization tools for NOAA, and more recently, massive global scale digital goods/eCommerce platforms for Blizzard Entertainment, that serve tens of millions of users worldwide and facilitate billions of dollars a year in digital sales.

Peter holds a B.S. and M.S. of Computer Science in distributed systems from UC Boulder.