Packing my bags

It’s been busy lately. I haven’t written for awhile because I’ve been preparing to take a new job and move to Colorado.

I’ve taken a job with Filtrbox who was just acquired by Jive Software. They’re the guys who made the Open Fire XMPP server, but their main product now is enterprise community software that allows large corporations to use Facebook, Twitter, and other social paradigms to communicate. Better than a million emails, that’s for sure. I’m very excited to be working with them. I’ll be working on the same stuff I was with Filtrbox, listening in on public social mediums such as Twitter to hear what people are saying about your brand and responding to them. But we’ll integrate with Jive SBS so companies can bring the external public conversation into their private social network and discuss better what customers are saying, what they want, and allow them to better hear and respond to the market.

I’ll be flying out there to Denver this weekend to house-hunt. Would love to meet up Saturday evening with anybody in the area, talk Flash, Flex or other geeky things. Get a low-down on the local community.

Comment or email me and let me know if you’ll be around: jacwright – at google’s email domain.

2 Responses to “Packing my bags”

  1. James Estes Says:


  2. Michael Fraietta Says:

    Bout time! ;)