Sunday August 9, 2020

Paths to software success

As one of the founding fathers of indigenous software company Iona, Sean Baker has experienced all the highs and some of the lows that go with becoming a global software player.

9th September, 2006

As one of the founding fathers of indigenous software company Iona, Sean Baker has experienced all the highs and some of the lows that go with becoming a global software player.

Having evolved out of a Trinity college research project in distributed computing in the eighties, Iona was founded by Chris Horn and Sean Baker in 1991.

Today, Baker is chief corporate scientist, still driving the never-ending cycle of product generation and innovation.

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