• July 1, 2022

Follow along this week from the Rocket Leadership Summit

I know lots of people say it, but I really do have the greatest job in the world. Here at Rocket Software, I get to work with the best (and brightest) software engineers in the world, who are focused on building products that help solve problems for customers around the world every day.

This week, we’re doing something special. Over 200 Rocketeers have gathered in Boston for our third annual Leadership Summit, and over the next few days, we’ll be working together to dream up new and better ways to serve you with products and services that will help you solve problems today and tomorrow. Over the next few days we’re going to put definition, story and emotion behind three key themes that will determine who we are in the years to come—customers, community and category.

We’ll have some amazing guest speakers coming in; we’ll be visiting with customers and students; we’ll be writing code live on site, and there may even be an impromptu jam session or two in our on-site Rocket Bar.




So stay tuned over the next four days as Rocketeers from around the globe talk about what’s happening in Boston—in their own words. And if you’re on Twitter, you can follow the action from @Rocket, as well as other Rocketeers using hashtag #RocketLS.

This is an exciting time for us at Rocket—I hope you’ll join us.

Andy Youniss 0 Posts

Andy Youniss co-founded Rocket Software in 1990 and continues to be the company's main driving force. Andy successfully established and actively manages Rocket's largest OEM partnerships and is guiding the company's growth through technology investments, acquisitions, new product lines, and strategic partnerships. Prior to founding Rocket Software, Andy was the development manager for DB View Inc., a software company specializing in DB2 database tools. Previously, he was a programmer/analyst at American Management Systems, and was also a project development consultant. Andy holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.


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    This is super awesome! Cool ambience…

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