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  2. Brian Whitmer No Longer in Operational Role at Instructure

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    Instructure was founded in 2008 by Brian Whitmer and Devlin Daley. At the time Brian and Devlin were graduate students at BYU who had just taken a class taught by Josh Coates, where their assignment was to come up with a product and business model to address a specific challenge. Brian and Devlin chose the LMS market based on the poor designs ...

  3. Devlin Daley - Co-Founder and CEO @ Derivita - Crunchbase

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    Devlin co-founded Instructure in 2008 with Brian Whitmer. Devlin earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in computer science from Brigham Young University. During the final months of his master’s program, Devlin had the inspiration for Canvas. Jobs Number of Current Jobs 1 Number of Past Jobs 1 Devlin Daley is the Co-Founder and CEO at Derivita.

  4. Devlin Daley Archives - e-Literate

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    By Phil Hill. Posted on March 11, 2015. Just over a year and a half ago, Devlin Daley left Instructure, the company he co-founded. It turns out that both founders have made changes as Brian Whitmer, the other company co-founder, left his operational role in 2014 but is still on the board of directors.

  5. Utah students' idea for online education software catching fire

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    Back in 2008, Brian Whitmer and Devlin Daley, graduate students in computer science at Brigham Utah students' idea for online education software catching fire - The Salt Lake Tribune Sections

  6. BYU grads introduce education-savvy software - Deseret News

    www.deseret.com/2010/6/20/20121841/byu-grads...

    Canvas is computer scientists Devlin Daley and Brian Whitmer's answer to slow educational software and their offering to what they called a "broken market." "The hurdle was trying to make things as simple as possible," Daley explains. "A teacher or a student is not necessarily a technologist.

  7. Instructure - Wikipedia

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    Founded in 2008 by two BYU graduate students, Brian Whitmer and Devlin Daley, Instructure's initial funding came from Mozy founder Josh Coates, who served as Instructure's CEO from 2010 to 2018 and chairman of the board through 2020, [2] as well as from Epic Ventures. [3]

  8. D evlin Daley - Utah Education Network

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    Devlin Daley co-founded Instructure and, together with Brian Whitmer, created Canvas. After leaving Instructure in 2013, Devlin partnered with Ryan Brown, a former Google engineer, to tackle the challenge of improving math success for learners of all ages. Derivita was born. Derivita and Canvas LMS Integration Set Up Takes Minutes.

  9. Instructure - Crunchbase Company Profile & Funding

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    Information Technology SaaS Headquarters Regions Western US Founded Date May 1, 2008 Founders Brian Whitmer, Devlin Daley Operating Status Active Last Funding Type Series E Also Known As Bridge Legal Name Instructure, Inc. Stock Symbol NYSE:INST Company Type For Profit Contact Email info@instructure.com Phone Number (800) 203-6755

  10. Canvas Instances at BYU

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    Fun fact: Canvas was developed by BYU graduate students Brian Whitmer and Devlin Daley in collaboration with their grad school professor Josh Coates (first CEO of Canvas). Canvas Instances at BYU Canvas is installed and managed as individual instances, each of which contains its own set of users, library of courses, and settings.

  11. CanvasCon 2011 - oheron

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    The company is very young...co-founded in 2008 by Devlin Daley (CTO) and Brian Whitmer (VP of Product), totaling three employees. Now (in 2011), there are 60+ employees servicing 70+ institutions. Instructure is focused on providing a user-intuitive LMS that is easy to use in order to minimize the learning curve / training.