The Time by Ping Blog
As a former founder who “thinks in code,” Anthony brings his startup experience and expert technical skills to his role as a Software Engineer.
Although both machine learning and fixed rules fall under the umbrella of AI, they’re vastly different. These differences have implications for timekeeping.
Heading to an upcoming event? Here’s a list of shows where you’ll find us. If you’ll be there, we hope you stop by our booth or set up a meeting to see what Time Automation can do for you and your firm.
At TBP, our team is unified by a deeper purpose: to return time. Hear from our CEO on why this mission will drive us to change the world, and then watch our Pingwins speak to life at TBP in our new video.
Mallory is a former founder who brings her compassionate leadership and expert problem solving skills to TBP. She’s at the helm of our operating philosophy, empowering our team with a culture of “No Rules" Rules.
A century after its introduction, the Factory Model pervades. Yet much has changed in the knowledge economy. CEO Ryan Alshak explores why It’s time to evolve the way we work and how TBP is driving this transformation with Time Automation.
Matter Nicknames allow you to replace long and confusing Matter names with nicknames of your choice to speed up your assignment workflow.
Investment to accelerate adoption of time automation among professional services firms, eliminating the burden of manual timekeeping for knowledge workers
Meet the legal tech industry veterans who will partner with you and your firm in the shift to time automation.
David is responsible for building many of the processes and infrastructure that underpin our quality.
As a Software Engineer, Shawn Souto is responsible for a key new fundamental piece of software for configuration management, which helps us innovate more rapidly.
As our Software Architect, Shakib joined as one of the more senior members of the team, playing a coaching role to our up and coming developers. He’s also a founding CTO, and was even on Forbes 30 Under 30 for his first startup.
As a Quality Analyst, Elena started with Time by Ping as an intern, and grew into a full-time role with us. She has seen the company go from broken products to high reliability, building a lot of the process and infrastructure.
Nat Welch is a leading expert on Site Reliability Engineering, and we are lucky to have him leading the charge on SRE at Time by Ping, where he helps us scale the platform for safe, reliable, and performant data handling.
When we think of culture at Time by Ping, we think of Eric. Eric Zaarour helped Ryan build Time by Ping back in law school when it was still a business card app.
Hao, a full-stack software engineer, embodies the engineering culture we love at Time by Ping: hungry, handles chaos well, resilient, and inspiring to those around him.
Alper began with Time by Ping as a contractor, and after time exploring different career paths, he came back to us. As a software engineer, we are lucky to have his dedication, infinite energy, and true drive to serve the customer.
Mitch left a private practice in Wealth Management to grow Time by Ping with us as a Customer Success Director. He’s been involved since the early days.
Thomas Zhang, our longest-tenured software engineer at Time by Ping, has been responsible for helping build nearly every aspect of the product — frontend, backend, database, ML, cloud deployment, security, CI, and more.