Chad is a former Apple Engineer who played an essential role in the development of Apple's Mac OS X operating system. His time in Silicon Valley inspired him to leave his post and return home to Saskatchewan to tap into the budding realm of mobile technology and the province’s high caliber developers. Upon his return, Chad taught Canada's first university-accredited iPhone programming course at the University of Saskatchewan. The course received national attention and was featured on The National, Globe & Mail, Maclean's, CTV News, Global News, and CBC Radio. Chad holds a B.Sc in Computer Science and B.Eng in Electrical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. He and his team developed iUsask, Canada's first iPhone application for university students. iUsask’s success prompted organizations across Canada, the United States, Europe, and Australia to commission Chad to develop other customized mobile apps. In 2009, Chad founded CollegeMobile (now Push Interactions) to respond to this surge in demand. He has been at its helm ever since. Chad is passionate about providing his clients highly functional, quality mobile apps that push the boundaries of innovation and technology. Push Interactions according to Chad: "Push is all about creating efficient, well-designed software. People care about their mobile experiences and we want to give them that great experience."
Education & Key Certifications
Two four year degress, B.Sci in Computer Science and a B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering both from the University of Saskatchewan