The MindSource Way

Beginning with a 100 square foot office in Mountain View, Dave Clark and his entrepreneurial partners built a thriving business in four months with their unique technical knowledge and high-touch approach.   Our management team immersed themselves in the intricacies of the most technically challenging and sophisticated technical endeavors, requiring the best and brightest minds.

Two decades later, we have used our technical savvy to grow our consultancy and to provide top-tier talent in the areas of mobile development, front-end development, and quality assurance. We provide our consultants with engineering job opportunities, QA analyst jobs, IT job opportunities, and many other rewarding careers with Silicon Valley’s top employers.

At every step, we made good on our promise to deliver satisfaction, and because of this emerged as the leader in our field.

The MindSource staff is a close-knit family of employees; many have been with the company for over a decade. We are motivated by generating and maintaining long-term relationships with both colleagues and clients as we have done for over 20 years. We value working with the best, and continue to do so, over and over again.


Dave Clark, Founder and Board Member linkedin icon


As Founder and Board Member, Dave brings two decades of business experience and vision to direct the strategic vision of MindSource. In 1994, he founded MindSource to enable Silicon Valley companies to meet their systems, network engineering and architecture needs. He has leveraged his technology savvy and his business acumen to instill a consultative approach at MindSource.

Dave began his involvement with Unix when he worked in Berkeley at one of the first time-share companies, Basis. He went on to be a lead on the MIS group at Arix, a supplier of the first SVR4 Unix kernel. After earning his degree at California State University-Hayward, he joined the Numerical Aerodynamic Simulation facility at NASA.

Hyle Campbell, CEO  linkedin icon

Hyle has over 20 years in Silicon Valley establishing technology organizations for both startup and enterprise companies. Previously, Hyle built the global services team for the HTML5 framework company Sencha, where he and his team helped create hundreds of modern web applications for global enterprises and startups.

Over the years Hyle has held various positions establishing technical organizations for companies such as Varian Associates, SynOptics, Williams Communications, Sybase, and Sendmail. With these organizations, he held progressively responsible positions where his teams were instrumental in building systems, networks, and software for hundreds of companies. Hyle holds an MBA and a BS in Electrical Engineering.

Jurgen Verstraete, COO  linkedin icon


As COO, Jurgen is responsible for the operational management of MindSource. After working for several service-oriented technology companies, such as Ogone, Ingenico Payment Services, and ADTelligence, while in Europe, he joined MindSource in 2016. Jurgen has over 20 years of experience in setting up and managing operations, customer support, partner management, information technology, marketing, and product management departments. He also has experience with M&A and overall business management. Jurgen studied Applied Information Technology at KATHO, and has participated in multiple people management and business administration courses over the past years.


MindSource Alumni

We have watched our employees grow professionally and personally as they purchase homes, start families and change the course of their careers, working with new and exciting technologies. We continue to support our alumni by helping them find their next engagement, managing their 401(k) and offering support as you navigate family benefits between jobs. Our alumni are involved in our technical events, as both attendees and presenters. And it’s true that people who list MindSource on their resume distinguish themselves in the caliber and reputation of the assignments.

To take the first step to join our alumni network, please join our LinkedIn group.

Birds of a Feather

MindSource BoFs have always been about tech—the first addressed the differences and the merits of Perl version 0 over TCL. Other early events explored the concepts of the sandbox security model in the Java programming language which was evolving at that moment at Sun Microsystems. No one else has given back to the Silicon Valley tech community like MindSource. Since 1994, we have hosted almost sixty of these events to the public, some academic in nature and others, were hands-on labs.

Greater Community

Over the last 20 years, MindSource is proud to be part of the Silicon Valley community. In honor of where our team lives, works and plays, we support organizations that help make our community a better place.

Second HarvestFounded in 1974, Second Harvest is one of the largest food banks in the nation, providing food to hundreds of thousands in need in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.

Electronic Frontier FoundationThe Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading nonprofit dedicated to defending civil liberties in the digital world.

silicon-valley-bike-coalition-logoSilicon Valley Bicycle Coalition’s purpose is to create a healthy community, environment and economy through bicycling for the people who live, work and play in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.

mvcsa-logoFor over 50 years, Community Services Agency have been providing social services to the residents of Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills.

Sustainable Silicon ValleyFormed in 2000, Sustainable Silicon Valley is a non-profit chartered with reducing our environmental impact on our local community.

AIDS LifecycleBenefitting the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center, AIDS LifeCycle brings awareness to the shared fight to end the pandemic and suffering caused by AIDS across the state of California.

Acterra Acterra is an environmental non-profit that through hand-on activities empowers people to become active environmental change agents around the Silicon Valley and beyond.

Computer History Museum For over 40 years, the Computer History Museum has celebrated the history of computing and its ongoing impact on our society.

Turning Wheels for Kids Since 2003, Turning Wheels for Kids has provided children with brand new bikes to encourage life long habits of exercise, outdoor activity and independence.