Technology

Calling all real estate programmers, hackers and developers: Your face could be on Inman

Real estate tech gurus needed for an ongoing profile series

Are you a real estate hacker — a software or app programmer, developer or engineer — who wants to tell the wide world what you do and why you love your job?

We’re seeking profile subjects for Inman’s ongoing series of behind-the-scenes real estate hacker profiles. Tell our readers how you got into technology, how you got into real estate, what motivates you and frustrates you — and share a few of your favorite things, too!

Send the following information to amber@inman.com:

1. Your title

2. A large photo of you (1,200 pixels wide at 96 dpi) and a photo of your workspace (same size).

3. Answers to the following basic profile questions:

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Describe what you do in one sentence:

Time at current company:

Age:

Degree, school (if applicable):

Location:

Links to social media profiles:

What do you do? Please elaborate and be specific.

How’d you end up in real estate tech?

What aspects of real estate are you trying to make better? Please be specific.

What’s your favorite part of what you do?

What products have you had a part in developing in the past? Describe the product — the idea and the execution.

What are you working on right now? What are the challenges? Please elaborate and be specific.

Favorite Twitter account?

Favorite food?

Favorite video game? (Or book, if you don’t have a favorite game).

Favorite city?

Favorite band or singer?

What do you hate about technology?

What is one thing you would like to fix about the real estate industry?

Do you think technology can change the industry?

In or out of real estate, is there one problem, large or small, that you would like to solve?

What motivates you?

Read our hacker profiles of Andrew Dailey, Nat Kunes and Russ Perna.