RubensteinTech partners with leading creative firms to build high-end websites and software for web and mobile platforms across the legal, real estate, non-profit, technology, and financial services sectors.
Jaron is the founder and president of Rubenstein Technology Group. His experience, deep technical expertise, and passion for design empowers partners to identify opportunities, manage complex projects, and maintain the integrity of their work.
In his role as President of Rubenstein Technology Group, Jaron takes a hands-on approach to the management, technical design, and implementation of all software development projects. Jaron leads the current product development for RubyLaw, and the underlying Ruby Business Platform and associated modules.
Recent high-profile engagements include Bloomberg, Stone Barns Center, Akin Gump, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Milbank, Vanity Fair, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, and numerous projects for Morrison & Foerster.
Jaron is also an accomplished technical author, having contributed to several books on Linux system administration and software development for the Sams Publishing Unleashed series. Jaron’s latest writing project culminated in the development and technical review of the lead certification course covering Linux system administration for Logical Operations (formerly Element K Press).
Jaron founded Rubenstein Technology Group in 2001, having previously held technical positions with Lockheed Martin and Reuters. Since 2006, Jaron has been the organizer of the NYC Web Design Meetup, a professional networking group of over 4,000 web designers and developers in the New York area. He is also an active member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and the Legal Marketing Association (LMA), where he is co-chair of the NYLMA Technology Committee.
Jaron earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Binghamton University, where he focused on software engineering and human-computer interaction.