Stu Stern

Stu Stern

A self-professed geek with more than 30 years of programming experience, Stu co-founded Gorilla Logic in 2002 to deliver world-class consulting services around internet and enterprise applications. Prior to co-founding Gorilla Logic, Stu was founding VP of the Sun Java Center, Sun Microsystems’ global Java professional services organization. Among other accomplishments, the Sun Java Center created the highly influential Core J2EE Patterns catalog and book. Before that, Stu was VP of Equity Trading Systems Technology at PaineWebber (now UBS), and was a member of the original Financial Information eXchange (FIX) protocol steering committee. Stu holds a BA in Mathematics from the University of Rochester.

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Happy 15th Birthday Gorilla Logic!

Article by Stu Stern

Sep 1, 2017 • ,,,,,,

Happy 15th Birthday Gorilla Logic! On the one hand, I’m proud to hit the milestone. On the other hand, I’m thinking, “Aren’t I supposed to be a startup zillionaire by now?” But, hey, Gorilla Logic has not only beaten the odds in becoming a successful business, we’ve... Read more.

Gorilla Logic: Origin of the Name

Article by Stu Stern

Nov 10, 2016 • ,,,

Have you ever wondered what’s behind the Gorilla Logic name? Here’s the scoop straight from CEO and co-founder Stu Stern.    As our many customers know, Gorilla Logic specializes in the highest-quality talent, and over the years our consultants have... Read more.

Stop Whining and Learn to Love Your Silos!

Article by Stu Stern

Dec 8, 2014

For most of my 30 years in IT, “silos” have been the source of fear, hate, and revulsion. I’m of course not referring to those friendly cylinders dotting the american heartland. In the context of IT, a silo is of course any enterprise IT system that is extremely... Read more.

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