My name is Wolf Paulus,
At Intuit, I’m an internationally experienced technologist and innovator, accelerating the discovery and adoption of emerging technologies.
Changing the world one life at a time. I’m an Adjunct Professor at Grossmont College, where I teach an intermediate class in the Computer Science department.
I am appointed to the advisory committee at the University of California, Irvine, and frequently speak at conferences and user groups on topics ranging from Physical Computing to Emotional Prosody.
Before joining Intuit, I was a Sr. Software Architect at Hewlett-Packard, responsible for developing strategies and solutions, to deliver a compelling mobile print experience; and at Motorola, I was a Distinguished Engineer working on the Google Android platform.
I worked in Frankfurt Germany, leading Deutsche Bank‘s development of an electronic banking and security trading application, led software component development contracted from Aten Development in Lyon, France, in St. Petersburg, Russia, leading a team of Russian engineers creating smart chatbots, and worked closely with HP’s mobile development team in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
I received a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Paderborn, which has one of the highest ranking computer science programs among universities in Germany, and a Specialized Certificate in Embedded Computer Software from the University of California, San Diego and more recently received an Android Developer Nanodegree from Udacity.