Posted by Rebecca Warren ● May 1, 2018 10:00:00 AM

The Stateless Team

At Stateless, we are focused on building an awesome company. We believe what makes our company so amazing is our team. We have assembled a group of subject matter experts who are up to the challenge of making networks simple to manage. 

Learn about our amazing team in the bios below! 

Founders

MuradMurad Kablan, Co-Founder and CEO 
Murad is like a gyro sandwich, as in he's not really Middle Eastern, and people in the U.S can't agree on how to pronounce his name. Stateless is the result of years of research and development in computer networking completed by him and Eric at the University of Colorado Boulder.  His vision is to commercialize this technology and to build an awesome and creative company. 

 

Screen Shot 2018-05-31 at 5.55.18 PMEric Keller, Co-Founder and CTO
Eric helps provide the technical vision for the team at Stateless. He was awarded a Ph.D. from Princeton, and is now an assistant professor at the  University of Colorado, Boulder. It was there that he met Murad and served as his Ph.D. adviser. Together, they went on to create the magic behind Stateless. Eric's now running along with Murad to change how networks are built.

Team

Travis Gockel

Travis Gockel, Lead Engineer
Travis is an expert at the application of computer science theory and revels in translating business needs into working systems. He previously served as a distributed systems engineer at SolidFire. He likes to ride motorcycles and chews on cables.

 

Aaron Jones, Senior Engineer 
A-Aron is a seasoned coder and tinkerer who has spent well over a decade turning proof of concepts into hardened, working products. When he isn't hunched over in a chair working on his programmer's tan you can find him playing guitar, wandering the mountains of Colorado, or sometimes both simultaneously

 

Jeff Lukens

Jeff Lukens, Sales Lead
Jeff has over 20 years of Sales, Business Development and Leadership experience with startups and large companies that have changed the industry in the telecom and data center markets.  He enjoys skiing powder and fishing the Yampa.

 

Matt Moskowitz

Matt Moskowitz, Software Engineer
Matt joined Stateless in January 2016. Prior to joining, he worked at Seagate Technology and graduated from CU Boulder in 2015. In addition to building software, Matt enjoys running and rock climbing.

 

Dan Noland

Daniel Noland, Senior Engineer
Dan is an expert in computer systems, networks and eating chipotle. Prior to joining Stateless he worked as a systems administrator and graduated from the Colorado School of Mines in 2013 with a degree in physics.

 

Saxon Parker, Senior Engineer
Saxon graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2012 and has since worked on modems, storage systems, self-driving cars and now computer networks. He negotiated for his salary to be paid entirely in PokéCoins. Outside of work, Saxon enjoys golf, music, and impersonating Tom Cruise in online video games.

 

Clayton Schneider

Clayton Schneider, Strategic Marketing Intern
Clayton is a student at the University of Colorado, Boulder, with heavy involvement in Boulder's entrepreneurial community. He loves to learn new business applications for computer science, and to make coffee.

 

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Maria Jose Tamayo, Front-End Engineer
Maria is a curious person who loves good design and developing complex web applications. Her sense of adventure has taken her around she has lived in three different countries. When she is not coding, you can find her climbing, skiing or running.

 

Rebecca WarrenRebecca Warren, Director of Marketing and Biz Dev
Rebecca developed her passion for marketing working at globally-recognized advertising agencies Droga5 and Crispin Porter + Bogusky on a variety of accounts. She loves nachos, her 2007 GMC Envoy and Trader Joe's. 

 

Mike Watson

Mike Watson, Software Engineer
Mike began his career by dabbling in veterinary medicine and shortly after by joining the Navy. After, he moved to Colorado to finish an M.S. in Computer Science. He was cast in a minor role in a Japanese drama that was canceled after only one episode. 

 

 

Topics: Insider, Founders

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