Posts by TJ Seabrooks

TJ has served in various roles from software development to technical sales and Director of Products, but most recently has stepped into the role of CEO. And, we’re pretty excited to call him Boss. He is passionate, expressive and has the most distinctive laugh in the building.

Rustici blog our commitment during the COVID-19 outbreak

Our commitment to you during the COVID-19 outbreak

As COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) continues to impact the global community, we want to take a moment to update you on our business continuity plan and assure you that Rustici Software will continue business as usual. Employee safety first We are monitoring the situation closely…

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Rustici blog Looking back at 2019: Our year in review

Looking back at an incredible 2019: Our year in review

Looking back on 2019, I can’t express enough how proud I am of all of the folks at Rustici Software and the work we accomplished. It’s been a pretty exciting year in a number of ways. Our company Early this year, we began to shift…

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Rustici blog increasing complexities in the modern ecosystem

Increasing complexities in the modern learning ecosystem

I recently had a chat with David Wentworth at Brandon Hall Group about a common place so many people in the L&D industry find themselves. They’re inundated with more learning tools than they can manage, content more varied than they imagined, and more data than…

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Rustici Blog What's next for products and events

What’s next? Continued progress on products and upcoming events

We’ve talked a lot about our upcoming feature releases mainly because we’re excited about all the significant development efforts we’re bringing to our products this year. We’ll be rolling out pre-built integrations in popular content libraries, reporting solutions to help you quickly add reports to…

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Rustici Blog ICICLE 2019

ICICLE 2019: Defining the future of learning engineering

This week I’ve been participating in the 2019 IEEE IC Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering (ICICLE) Conference at George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia. The event is a gathering of professionals from industry, academia, and government backgrounds investigating “Learning Engineering” as a profession, skill, and practice.…

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Our three principles for planning social events

Recently, a colleague at one of our LTG sister companies reached out to me directly for advice on providing great cultural and social activities to employees. They had recently been given a dedicated budget to social activities and were struggling to come up with ideas…

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Rustici blog Best Places to Work award

Still voted Best Place to Work for the 10th time

When I took over as CEO of Rustici Software 10 months ago, I had a handful of items that I put on my list of “Most Important Work”. The majority of that list is pretty uninteresting; it’s all of the things you’d expect. However, one…

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Rustici Blog Product Roadmap 2019

Expanding the problems we solve for our customers

In a lot of ways, 2019 is business as usual at Rustici Software. In other ways, it’s a brave new world. We spend a lot of time at Rustici Software talking about what we build, what problems we solve, and why we do it. Some…

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Reminiscing over 2018 as we step into 2019

I was reminiscing over the year (it’s been a big year) and I began looking at old Christmas letters for inspiration on how to best distill down a very busy year at Rustici Software. The best Christmas letters have a way of highlighting important moments…

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Welcoming Watershed to LTG family

Welcoming Watershed to LTG and back to business as usual

If you have been following us for a while, you might remember back in 2016 when Rustici Software became part of LTG, and at the same time Watershed spun off to become its own company. Well, our friends at Watershed just shared a big announcement.…

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