Jeremiah Marble believes that everyone on earth who wants to, can learn to code. He’s director of developer marketing for Windows. In past jobs, he worked for the UN in Paris, studied climate change in Costa Rica, helped run a social enterprise in Cambodia and Laos, served in the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic, and tried his hand at some startups that all flopped.
In the “real world,” he advises early-stage startups on their strategy, tech, and operations, and writes about his experiences. (Also a winding fictional memoir about his hometown in rural Massachusetts.) During off hours, you’ll find him outdoors with his beautiful family and friends. He’ll be the one drinking lattes, negronis, or Sancerre (probably not all at the same time).