The Lessons of Code 42

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By Jeremy Stratton, The Line

“As chief technology officer from 1988ā€“1998, Matthew Dornquast saw the ad agency Fallon McElligott grow from 50 to 800 people.

“I learned a lot about growing a business there,” says the 45-year-old co-founder of the software firm Code 42.

Born in 2001 as the dot com bubble burst, Code 42 built software for a slew of other companies–from Sun Country Airlines to Target–while pursuing the primary dream of launching its own product.”

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