David Thomson has over 25 years experience in the high tech industry working for a wide variety of companies in a range of industries, with over 100 successful technology projects to his name, particularly in finance and health care, and especially involving Salesforce.com. In the financial sphere, he has worked on highly innovative software systems for hedge funds, broker dealers, venture capital and private equity firms. In the health sphere, he led the implementation of Salesforce at UCSF, including the world’s first integration with the Epic EMR, and has been a longtime advisor to the Fluxtream “Quantified Self” platform as well as collaborator with the Harvard Indivo Project. Most recently, he served as the head of research and development for MuleSoft, provider of the open source Mule integration kernel that powers 40% of the Fortune 1000, including six of the top ten banks in the world. While at MuleSoft, he created dataloader.io, which has been the most popular Salesforce application in the world ever since its debut on the Salesforce AppExchange in 2012. He is currently working on a stealth project related to IoT, Bitcoin, and fine art, and is also an advisor to numerous startups. He enjoys most outdoor activities, especially running, hiking, and cycling.