I'm Charlie Stigler, an entrepreneur and software developer based in San Francisco. I'm a co-founder at Zaption, a video learning platform, and was a 2012 Thiel Fellow. Before this I attended Columbia University for one year.
My current project is Zaption, a video learning platform for the web. My previous work includes the open-source study application SelfControl (featured in Wired, MacWorld, the Washington Post, and elsewhere) and other open-source and commercial software projects.
In my free time I am a competitive endurance athlete. I rowed with Columbia's lightweight rowing squad, and previously ran on my high school's cross country and track teams. With the rest of my time I enjoy the company of good music and good friends.
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