Giange studied applied information technology at George Mason University before starting as a software engineer at Booz Allen. After gaining experience at a mix of companies large and small, Giang preferred the startup feel and slowly started down the path toward government work. Luckily, he met 540 along the way—and considers it the ultimate career destination.
Giang helps push governmental information technology as far as it can go by building infrastructures that allow organizations to leverage the same technology as cutting-edge startups. To make this happen, Giang works on a three-week sprint cycle, building full-stack technology solutions. Luckily, this schedule hasn’t prevented him from attending paintball or Top Golf games.