Who is Pamela Fox? I’m a twenty-something-year-old living in San Francisco. I suppose I would be best described as a web developer, though I’ve never identified as one. I just like making stuff, and coding is my means to that end. I graduated from USC in 2007 with a bachelors and masters in Computer science, [...]
Who is Scott Jehl? I’m a Boston-based web designer. I work at Filament Group and I’m pretty active in the open-source web community. In the past, I’ve enjoyed speaking at conferences such as Voices That Matter, writing for sites such as A List Apart, and I recently co-authored the book Designing with Progressive Enhancement (New [...]
Who is Kimberly Blessing? I’m a web developer, standards evangelist, technical leader, and teacher. By day I am a senior software architect at Comcast Interactive Media and by night I teach in the Computer Science department at Bryn Mawr College, my alma mater. I’m also a member of the Web Standards Project (WaSP).
Who is José Valim? @josevalim An open source developer, a speaker, a musician and an entrepreneur. I’m co-founder and lead developer at Plataforma Tecnologia – a development and consultancy company focused on Ruby and Rails, based in Brazil – and a Rails Core Team member. I am happily living in Kraków with my wife!
Who is Chris Pederick? I am a developer originally from England, but now living in San Francisco. I moved out here with work and originally worked with clients at an agency mainly as a back-end developer focused primarily on Java. I am now a front-end developer at a sports startup called Bleacher Report. The idea [...]
Who is Karl Swedberg? By day I’m a web developer at Fusionary, specializing in client-side interaction. I love my job and the people who work there. I’m also the husband of a beautiful woman and the father of a 9-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl. I grew up outside of Philadelphia, spent some time in Virginia [...]
Who is Remy Sharp? Developer first and foremost, but I’ve also been seen to speak at conferences, write and contribute to books, and run my own conference. I’ve been writing code from an early age, my dad plonking me in front of a spectrum magazine listing for Star Wars. Hours of little finger typing culminating [...]