Standcore's principals

Standcore was founded in 2006 by Paul Hoffman and John Levine. Mr. Levine continues as a principal.

About John Levine

Over the years Mr. Levine has done many different jobs and projects, exercising different combinations of skill sets. He wrote or co-authored numerous books including the best-selling Internet for Dummies and related titles, with over eight million copies in print worldwide. He speaks to many trade and general groups; gave invited talk at the Federal Trade Commission spam forum and authentication summit, International Telecommunications Union WSIS spam conference, and the Internet Law and Policy Forum. He was a member of Industry Canada Task Force on Spam, and assisted with the development of their new anti-spam legislation.

Mr. Levine is a Senior Technical Advisor to the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group, which includes all major Internet providers in North America and Europe. He is the president of CAUCE, the major grassroots organization working against spam and related online abuse.

He has done extensive software development, as part of the team that created Javelin, an award-winning desktop modelling package, and wrote one of the first commercial Fortran 77 compilers.

Mr. Levine is a graduate of Yale University.


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