Jeff Key

As the first employee hired by InRule Technology's founders, Jeff has had his hands in nearly every part of the product. In addition to his engineering duties, he has played the role of Technical Product Manager, working closely with product management, business development and sales. Prior to joining InRule, he was an architect at Sure Payroll and worked as an e-commerce consultant for companies large (Fortune 100) and small (ten employees).

With over fifteen years in the industry exclusively on the Microsoft stack, Jeff has been a C# MVP and speaker at events throughout the country. Once a well-known freeware author, he’s written articles for MSDN and contributed to open-source projects.

Recent Posts

Getting to Inbox Zero and Staying There

Jeff Key | 2/21/2017

Jeff Key teaches us how to clear out our email inbox using the "Getting Things Done" methodology. Read More

Shining a Light into the Dark Corners of your Organization

Jeff Key | 9/7/2016

InRule SVP of Engineering Jeff Key shines a light on the tools he uses to promote transparency within his team. Read More

Getting Things Done with Todoist

Jeff Key | 3/31/2015

Learn how VP of Engineering Jeff Key uses Todoist to make himself a model of efficiency. Read More

Extensibility Overview: Part II

Jeff Key | 6/23/2014

In Jeff Key's second Extensibility series post, he explores extensibility relative to InRule’s Authoring SDK. Read More

Extensibility Overview: Part I

Jeff Key | 4/21/2014

In the first of a three part series, Jeff Key dives into the concept of extensibility and provides several real-world examples. Read More

Better Living Through Continuous Improvement, Part 2: Team Principles

Jeff Key | 2/6/2014

InRule's Jeff Key shares his thoughts on continuous improvement for teams and provides examples of how he and his colleagues work together to enhance their group's contributions. Read More

Better Living through Continuous Improvement

Jeff Key | 1/28/2014

InRule's Jeff Key shares his thoughts on continuous improvement for teams and provides examples of how he and his colleagues work together to enhance their group's contributions. Read More