Robert Kwok is the cofounder and CTO of Crittercism, a San Francisco–based startup with the first crash reporting and application performance management SDK for mobile apps. Before joining Crittercism, Robert developed and shipped several database monitoring and management tools as a user interface software developer at Hewlett-Packard. Previously, he held various positions in research, helping to develop software to teach data analysis and programing in Java and C#. Robert graduated from MIT in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a minor in comparative media studies. While at MIT, he developed an interest in educational games through his work on FLOGO at the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. For his undergraduate thesis, Robert worked with Eric Klopfer at the Teacher Education Program (TEP) on mobile apps, including an augmented-reality game called Outbreak @ MIT.
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