Brian Geisel teaches tech in remote Guatemala
Brian Geisel, software engineer and CEO of Geisel Software, spent almost three weeks in August building a computer lab in one of the most primitive environments possible: The Guatemalan jungle. Facing epic rainstorms, crushing humidity, and rationed Internet access, Geisel built desks, assembled computers and helped dozens of students in Peten, Guatemala embrace modern technology for the very first time.
“After spending months raising money and
Brian Geisel gives exclusive speech at Boston Rotary Club
Brian Geisel, CEO of global development firm Geisel Software, recently gave an exclusive presentation at the Boston Rotary Club titled "Web apps, mobile apps and mobile sites: What are the differences and do you need them?”. At the September 25 presentation in Boston, Geisel earned high praise his enthusiasm, engaging style, and his ability to break down complex concepts for non-technical business owners.
“In working with businesses of
CEO Brian Geisel talks robotics on Canadian website. How can you break into the robotics business? Brian Geisel has significant experience working on robotics for major companies, so he was naturally interviewed on the topic for Canada's #1 job and job intel site, jobpostings.ca. Cross disciplines are important, as is a love for solving complex problems. Read "Revolutionizing Robotics" at http://www.jobpostings.ca/career-guides/computers-technology/revolution…!
Brian Geisel featured on Entrepreneur.com. Software Engineer Brian Geisel has answered a burning question for anyone who wants to work for a startup or build an app: Should you work for equity? In a front-page Entrepreneur.com article, Geisel explained the pros and cons of working for free in the hopes that you'll get paid - big-time - down the line. Read "The Pros and Cons of working for equity" at http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/228566
Brian Geisel, a former radio host, founder, and current CEO of top-notch software development firm Geisel Software, recently hosted a highly successful ExecSense webinar that showed audiences exactly what to look for in potential new hires.
September 10, 2013, Shrewsbury, MA--Brian Geisel, CEO of web and mobile app development firm Geisel Software, held an exclusive ExecSense webinar on August 16th on how companies should hire software developers. Titled “Best Practices for Hiring In-House
Geisel Software Gets A+ Grade from Software Provider Microlite
Geisel Software, Inc. (GSI) a leading web and iPhone app developer, has received top marks from popular backup software company Microlite for work on a complex, Linux-focused project. Working at the kernel level on both multi-path systems and software RAID, Geisel Software developed and enhanced security for Microlite's BackupEDGE product, all the while meeting deadlines and staying within budget.
“Geisel Software not only brought