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Latitude Episode 42: From Coding To Meetings, A CTO’s Journey


Dan Magnuszewski was fortunate his high school was forward thinking and participated in a Cisco networking program. Had that not happened it’s hard to say if he’d be the influential player in the Buffalo startup scene like he is.

This week on the podcast we talk to Dan about learning IT in high school, being eager to finish college because he was already working in IT at M&T Bank, leaving the comfortable job to dip his toe in startup life, directing the early team at Z80 labs and leaving the lab to cofound ACV Auctions.

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