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Six and a half years. That’s how long I’ve been a part of Rustici Software. In that time things have changed; things are always changing. However, as the people change, the buildings change, and the technology changes some things remain constant. Recently, you’ll likely have seen that we’ve had some folks move around. You may […]

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First we fired Mike

Two and a half years ago, Rustici Software was acquired by Learning Technologies Group. One of my favorite parts of that day was signing the piece of paper that ‘fired’ Mike Rustici himself (so that he could serve as CEO at Watershed, which simultaneously took on investment from LTG). Since that moment, Rustici Software has […]

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What LTG’s intention to purchase PeopleFluent means to us

This week LTG (our parent company) announced its intent to acquire PeopleFluent. PeopleFluent happens to be one of our longstanding customers going back to 2008. This isn’t the first time that LTG has acquired a company since we’ve been part of the group. When LTG bought NetDimensions last year, we had some questions to answer. […]

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What 10 years at a Best Places to Work has taught me

About 12 years ago, I was the guy looking in the window at what Tim and Mike were up to at Rustici Software. Tim, Mike and I spoke pretty frequently as we had worked together previously and I would joke from time to time about coming to work for them. I told them I would […]

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Announcing a Bronze Chief Learning Officer magazine award

Well, today is a good day! We learned that Chief Learning Officer magazine award winners were announced for their 2017 Learning in Practice Awards. We’re pleased to share that we received a Bronze Award for Excellence in Technology Innovation! The award acknowledges the work the SANS Institute has done with our product Content Controller and […]

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Recent ADL funding news – xAPI and SCORM are fine

Earlier today we published a blog post on Experience API sharing news about the Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Initiative’s funding. You can find full info on the news and our response on Tim’s blog post but the short of it is this… SCORM and xAPI are both just fine — keep using them the way […]

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