David Di Biase has always been fascinated by computers. So much so, he bought several programming books as a teenager and taught himself how to program. This led to his first contract–building an ecommerce platform for a client at 18 years of age. In university, he found himself on the track to become a lawyer, even taking the LSAT. But, his passion for programming kept calling him back to computers. So he and a friend of his, a graphics designer, became business partners and formed Pilot Interactive. Today, Pilot prides itself on building “brand technologies” that solve real-world problems and perform as well as they look. He explains how he continues to pursue his passions, and how allowing his team to do as well has strengthened his company.