I'm a Windows / .NET Hacker for GitHub who graduated from The Ohio State University. In my spare time, I hack on some open-source software, play guitar and bass, and in general am within ε of really awesome.
Glenn works on the Windows Azure team making sure it's a kick ass platform for Open Source development. When he's not developing products or with family you'll find him at a conference somewhere in the world, hacking away on some new thing, pairing up with whoever he can find, or tweeting in to the wee hours of the night as @gblock.
Paul Fenwick is the managing director of Perl Training Australia, and has been teaching computer science for over a decade. He is an internationally acclaimed presenter at conferences and user-groups worldwide, where he is well-known for his humour and off-beat topics. In his spare time, Paul’s interests include security, mycology, cycling, coffee, scuba diving, and lexically-scoped user pragmata.
Brandon Keepers is a maker and breaker of things at GitHub working mostly on Speaker Deck. When his face is not dimly lit by a computer screen, you can find him with a book in his hands, playing racquetball or basketball, running with his dog, or enjoying good food and drink with his wife. He shares about his endeavors at @bkeepers and opensoul.org.
Philip Laureano is the author of LinFu, a framework that adds dynamic language features to statically-typed languages on the CLR at runtime. He is also the author of the Hiro IOC container compiler framework, which builds IOC containers using pure IL. When he's not hacking away at his code, you'll find him reading the CLR metadata specification for fun and profit. Philip is also currently working as a Senior Developer at Readify in Australia.
Katie Miller is a Java developer at Red Hat and one of the organisers of the Brisbane Functional Programming Group. The former journalist can write copy, code, and copy that looks like code, churning out shorthand notes at up to 120 words per minute. Producing code that reads like copy is among her ongoing endeavours
Amy is a developer at GreenButton, where she helps take the High Performance Computing space up into the clouds. A usual suspect at local dev focused user groups, she spends her days and nights hacking up a storm or learning something new and she loves every minute of it.
Ivan has 20 years' experience in the IT industry in roles from marketing to development. He is a regular speaker at community events including Code Camps and .NET user groups. He works for GreenButton, a Wellington company delivering on-demand high-performance computing via the cloud.
Darren is a true geek who has worked on the web for 15 years in the UK and New Zealand. By day, he's a director at the Auckland web agency The Fold where he designs and hand crafts responsive websites. By night, he's often found waxing lyrical about the latest front-end technologies.