Jim Falgout

Jim Falgout has 20+ years of large-scale software development experience and is active in the Java development community. As Chief Technologist for Pervasive DataRush, Jim's responsible for setting innovative design principles that guide Pervasive's engineering teams as they develop new releases and products for partners and customers. Prior to Pervasive, Jim held senior positions with NexQL, Voyence Net Perceptions/KD1 Convex Computer, Sequel Systems and E-Systems. An officer with Toastmasters, Jim is an experienced public speaker. He has delivered presentations to user groups, client conferences and IEEE working groups. He is a popular analyst and go-to thought leader. Jim has a Bachelor's degree (cum laude) in Computer Science from Nicholls State University. He can be reached at [email protected]

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