Roger E. Choplin worked for Oracle Corporation from 1985 to 2004 in both technical and executive capacities. Choplin last served as Vice President of Data and Systems Technologies, leading the developments in reliability, availability and scalability. Choplin also led key technical partnerships with such companies as Amazon, EBay, Fidelity Investments and Salesforce.com. As a founding member of Oracle's Unix Business Unit, Choplin was instrumental in Oracle's dominance on open systems platforms.
Choplin is currently acting as an independent consultant to various companies in the early startup stage, as well as technical consultant to venture capital firms and angel investors. Prior to joining Oracle, Choplin specialized in operating systems development.
Choplin received a bachelor's degree in computer science cum laude, from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
BA Computer Science, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 1972