Jason Crawfod is a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center. He has worked for IBM for 28 years. Jason holds a MS degree in Computer Science from Stanford University and also a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford.
He's worked in a variety of areas in his years at IBM Research. They vary from building the first Java(TM) just-in-time compiler back in 1995 to founding the IBM research effort on anti-spam in 2003.
He was the technical leader for LotusLive Labs and his current work focuses on development and deployment of multi-tenant software solutions. Jason is currently the Lead of System G Graph Database, especially focusing on the Query Languages and the Infrastructure.