Web Software Architecture and Engineering – Life on the Bleeding Edge


Sami Hoda is Vice President of Product & Technology for eCivis, Inc.

Sami brings 20+ years of technology savvy to the public and private sector. He oversees and manages eCivis’ Product Management, Software Engineering, Research, and Information Technology departments and is the chief architect of eCivis’ grants management software. Outside eCivis, he is an author, blogger, open-source contributor, and a member of the International Association of Software Architects. Sami holds two bachelor of science degrees in business administration–the first with an emphasis on computer information systems and the second with an emphasis on management and human resources, concentrating on organizational behavior.

Since joining the company in 2005, Sami has been responsible for the construction and technological innovation behind the company’s flagship product suite. Sami is passionate about bleeding-edge technology and best practices and coordinates a team of Subject Matter Experts in building and maintaining a world-class Software as a Service (SaaS) product.


Comments on: "About" (4)

  1. Hi Sami

    I’m searching for a good CF outsource partner. I came across your blog during a search and thought that you might be able to to help me out with any recommendations. Our company http://www.whitewallweb.com is a software development company in South Africa and we have a few clients that need CF support, which we don’t provide.

    I’ve looked at MindFire, and read your article (and interesting comments…) on etisbew. That is why I’m writing to you directly here. I couldn’t find an email address for you.


    Zayne Upton.

  2. +1 on Alagad

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