Short Interview – Chad Paulson Ross | February 19th, 2009

Is it possible that a man can be too obsessed with a movie? Not if you listen to our lead engineer, Chad Paulson. Chad and our dev team make magic happen. When we ran into issues with our content management system, here’s what Chad said: We came, we saw, we kicked its ass! (you’ll recall that Dr. Peter Venkman said the same thing in the movie Ghostbusters). So – here are a few minutes with Chad:

Interview with crowdSPRING’s Chad Paulson from Ross Kimbarovsky on Vimeo

You say you don’t believe that Chad actually bought the ambulance? See the photo below and click here for the rest of the photos.

Leave Chad a comment and let him know whether you share his obsession with fighting ghosts…and maybe a small thank you for his incredible and dedicated work to keep things running smoothly on our site. He’s not kidding – he does sleep only 4 hours per week!

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  • Joeltee

    There is no Chad. ONLY ZUUUL

  • AcidX

    Ha! Seriously cool.

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