June 2, 2022

Avoid Testing in Production with Synthesized and Speedscale

Avoid Testing in Production with Synthesized and Speedscale

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In this episode, Nicolai Baldin (CEO), Denis Borovikov (CTO) and Marc Degenkolb (COO) of Synthesized are joined by Speedscale co-founders Ken Ahrens (CEO) and Matt LeRay (CTO) to share learnings and challenges of addressing pain points in the markets right now, such as stress testing of APIs, usability of production data, automating QA processes, and more. Tune in now!

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Speakers

Nicolai Baldin
Nicolai Baldin
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Founder & CEO, Synthesized

Nicolai leads Synthesized’s rapid growth, as a top provider of DataOps tools for software testing and data science applications, across the UK, Europe and North America. Nicolai is responsible for the direction and product strategy of Synthesized. For over 8 years, Nicolai has designed and delivered complex ML solutions used by top financial and healthcare institutions. He holds a PhD in Machine Learning and Statistics from the University of Cambridge.

Denis Borovikov
Denis Borovikov
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CTO, Synthesized

Denis has over 10 years of experience in building software products including high-load services, search systems and fintech, developed at Deutsche Bank, SoundCloud, and a number of SMBs.

Ken Ahrens
Ken Ahrens
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CEO, Speedscale

Much of Ken’s career has been focused on helping companies develop and manage complex web applications. He previously ran North America teams for New Relic and CA/Broadcom. Previous startups included Pentaho (acquired by Hitachi), ITKO (acquired by CA/Broadcom) and ILC (acquired by General Dynamics).

Matt LeRay
Matt LeRay
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CTO, Speedscale

Matt LeRay has invested the past 20 years improving the performance of applications across multiple generations of technology. Previously, he was head of product at Observe, SVP at CA Technologies (acquired by Broadcom) and engineering leader at ILC (acquired by General Dynamics).

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