Keller will be assuming the role of Director of Engineering at Socialcast, which provides software that combines activity streams and microblogging for larger organizations interested in collaborating around realtime data.
Keller was an Open Source and Web Standards Program Manager at Facebook, where she was an activity stream pioneer. She will now be helming Socialcast’s support of the Open Graph Protocol, also developed at Facebook. Socialcast will be the first enterprise software provider to support the Open Graph Protocol.
The addition of Keller to the Socialcast team represents a further commitment to expanding intelligence surrounding the corporate social graph. This new focus is the basis of many of the product developments Socialcast expects to launch before the end of 2010.
Previously a MySpace Group Architect, Keller had been at Facebook for six months before making the move.
Monica is as an Open Source and Web Standards Program Manager at Facebook(/company/facebook). She is dedicated to researching and promoting the use of standards which help people be open and connect. Monica works closely with representatives from a variety of organizations on standards like OpenID and ActivityStrea.ms including fellow Facebook teammates David Recordon and Luke Shepard. Previously to joining Facebook, Monica was the Tech Lead for the Activity Stream at MySpace and worked with the MySpace Developer Platform as an...
Socialcast is a leading provider of Enterprise collaboration software to facilitate real-time employee communication while analyzing the social graph for measures of productivity. Socialcast is deployed either on-premise or on-demand using activity streams to effectively accelerate information awareness amongst employees.