Cameron Manavian is the Chief Technology Officer. He subscribes to quality in code ensuring that the way eResonate’s software is structured is reflected in how it is built.
Previously, as CTO of Libretto, he provided technical expertise for applications at scale. He worked closely with the rest of the team to make sure Libretto’s technology strategy reflected the needs of advisors and their clients.
Cameron has more than 15 years of software engineering and web application experience, ranging from secure eCommerce platforms, ultra-high traffic entertainment websites, big-data processing and native mobile applications and video games.
Formerly in a position at Maker Studios, Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media from 2015-2017, Cameron led a team of engineers by fostering architecture discussion, test-driven development, behavior-driven development and static code analysis. There he also enhanced security via suspicious anomaly detection, logging and prevention. Additionally, he and his team worked to integrate Salesforce with finance, sales and end-clients into a single portal.
In his prior role at StudyMode Inc. from 2014-2015, Cameron refined text processing in order to identify quality documents by utilizing a mixture of proprietary algorithms alongside established readability tools like the Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level Formula and Coleman-Liau index.
From 2010-2014, Cameron worked at Disney ABC Television Group on high-traffic, high performance web applications and APIs serving millions of users per minute. Working with back-end architecture, front-end applications and streaming long-form, short-form and advertisement content via Flash/HTML5-based video players contributed to Cameron's background in creating apps that scale.
Before working at Disney, Cameron worked on Speedo USA's and Calvin Klein's eCommerce platforms and has produced more than 50 freelance and open-source projects over the last 15 years.
Cameron recently taught a new generation of engineers at UCLA Extension in his free time. He loves interacting with the software development community via meetups and conferences, both as an attendee and as a speaker.
Cameron is also an organizer of the Rust Language Los Angeles Group.