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VP Enterprise Marketing for PBworks,  first investor in and previously interim CEO of Ustream.TV.  Chris is an active angel investor and the founder and Chairman of the Harvard Business School Technology Alumni Association (HBSTECH). Chris earned two degrees from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. His personal blogs are Adventures in Capitalism and Ask the Harvard MBA.

One response to “Why Businesspeople Should Learn To Code (But Not Write Software)”

  1. Lisa LaMagna

    Knowing a little code helps so much… like being able to fix kinks in an email or blog post, and it also brings a great deal of comfort with new apps. Even knowing a little html will be as common 5 years from now as writing our own emails is today.