Blog / Carl Gould and Colby Clegg
Carl Gould and Colby Clegg
Carl Gould
Carl is co-director of software engineering at Inductive Automation. Carl has been with the company from the ground up and was part of the original team that developed Ignition. His work has been instrumental to the company's rapid growth ever since. Today, he continues to lead the development of Ignition, innovating new ways to elevate both the software and the manufacturing automation industry as a whole.

Colby Clegg
Colby has been with Inductive Automation since the company’s formation, and is one of the original designers of the Ignition software. His day-to-day goal is to make Ignition do more things in more places, focusing on data management, performance, and distributed computing. Outside of work, you'll probably find him exploring the incredible countryside surrounding Folsom and beyond on his bike.
Our Perspective on the Vision Module Carl Gould and… Wed, 10/03/2018 - 11:43
At ICC 2018, we announced that Ignition 8 will be released in February 2019. A major part of Ignition 8 is the all-new Ignition Perspective Module, which will offer Ignition users a mobile-first, browser-based design environment for the first time. Perspective is the kind of solution we’ve been wanting to build for years and our excitement about it must’ve been contagious because we’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about Perspective and its relationship to the Vision Module. Some of you have even asked if Perspective is replacing the Vision Module in the near future. Our short answer is no, the Vision Module isn’t going anywhere; in fact, Ignition 8 will include major improvements to Vision. We’re excited to release Perspective and we know that Vision will continue to be a valuable, highly effective module.
The Real Deal About Java and the Future of Ignition Carl Gould and… Tue, 05/08/2018 - 16:00
Oracle will soon make sweeping changes to the Java roadmap by removing Java Web Start and ending support for older versions of Java. While this may cause some concerns, we have a migration path that will ease the transition.