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Join us in welcoming Max Mancini to the Developers Program

Hi everyone,

I’m pleased to announce that we’ve named a new leader for the eBay Developers Program. Max Mancini, an experienced eBay veteran, was recently named Senior Director of Platform and Innovation at eBay. In this role, Max leads the eBay Developers Program as well as our new Disruptive Innovation team (I’ll let him tell you more about that). Rob and I will continue our involvement with the program and will be reporting into Max, who will set the strategy for both teams.

Max has been working at eBay for 3 years running teams in product development for trust and safety, customer support, stores, My eBay, and Kijiji, where he has become very familiar with eBay’s APIs and their potential. Most recently he and his team worked with the Developers Program to develop a project we’ve dubbed “San Dimas,” a cool eBay desktop prototype built using eBay Web Services and Adobe’s new Apollo platform (you can check this out here).

As we head into the 7th year of the eBay Developers Program and prepare for our 6th annual eBay Developers Conference, I speak for the entire program when I say we know Max is a great addition to the team and we look forward to working with him to make this the best year yet for you.

With that, I’ll introduce Max…

--  Adam Trachtenberg

February 13, 2007 in Business News | Permalink

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