David Gorbet exerce le plus beau métier du monde. En tant que vice-président de l'ingénierie, il dirige l'équipe en charge de la plate-forme MarkLogic de nouvelle génération, dédiée aux bases de données NoSQL, et aide les clients à l'exploiter au mieux, afin d'assurer la prise en charge de leurs applications de pointe les plus stratégiques.

Travailler avec le pool d'ingénieurs MarkLogic, les voir insuffler dans MarkLogic à la fois leurs compétences et leur passion, découvrir toute la créativité dont sont capables nos clients, leur vision, voir comment ils utilisent le produit pour faire muter leur industrie – Tout ceci est pour David « tout simplement fabuleux ».

Avant d'intégrer MarkLogic, David a contribué au développement de la stratégie commerciale des services en ligne de Microsoft, en fondant et en dirigeant l'équipe de SharePoint Online. Par ailleurs, il a occupé diverses fonctions chez Microsoft et dans d'autres structures, où il s'est notamment vu confier le développement de produits et d'applications de serveur d'entreprise.

David est titulaire d'une licence en Sciences Appliquées en conception de systèmes, mention psychologie, délivrée par l'Université de Waterloo. Il a également obtenu un MBA auprès de l'école de commerce Foster (Université de Washington).

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