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Mike has been doing web development since the ’90s and has made it his living since 2004. He has a passion for taking complex business processes and turning them into easy-to-use software. He’s addicted to learning and is devoted to continuously improving his craft. Although he’s a highly experienced Ruby programmer, he believes that having a wide range of skills in technology and keeping abreast with the cutting edge enables him to build the best software possible.
Jason started developing websites as part of the computer company he founded in 1997. He became a Ruby developer in 2005 and has been working with Rails for longer than almost anyone in the industry. A student of business and economics, he’s always on the lookout for untapped potential and opportunities to streamline business processes. Clients tell him again and again that they love how he bridges business and tech and his recommendations are solid and prudent.
Greg is a software engineer steeped in over a decade of experience, seasoned with optimism and an appetite for challenges. Through a reasoned approach and clear thinking he delivers measurable results. Be they startups or enterprises, Greg believes clients are experts in their own domain and strives to understand their business and speak their language. A champion of quality in software, he doesn’t just solve problems, he solves them elegantly.
Dave joins us with a wide range of experience that includes not only software development but also roles in marketing and client services management. He believes great software creates real value for its users at both the individual and organizational levels, and this drives him to deliver products that are a pleasure to use and maintain. Dave's passion for continued learning and creative expression is rivaled only by a new-found love of Andes Mints.
Len has been developing software professionally for fifteen years. When not writing software, Len is probably thinking or talking about writing software. His passions are all things Ruby, Agile and Lean methodologies, testing and a fascination with Domain Specific Languages.
Mike has been coding for the web since the days of HTML 1.0, when web pages were painted on cave walls. He's developed web applications for Georgetown University, Stanford University, Ask Jeeves, and E-Trade, and previously managed the 15-person web applications team at the U Penn School of Medicine. He's given numerous conference presentations on Agile coding and management practices, and is always striving to improve his craft. Outside of work you will most likely find Mike embroiled in a Nerf gun battle with his two young boys.
Rana graduated with a Bachelor's in Sociology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She previously served as an AmeriCorps STL member, worked as a Membership & Outreach Coordinator for a nonprofit in DC, and taught English in Korea. She dabbles in copyediting and writing on the side, and has a fondness for wasabi.
Jeff's introduced agile development to plant managers at Intel, rewrote a top 100 website for scalability (in ~2 months), been CTO of one startup and a founder of another. Unique in his ability to lead development efforts from both the terminal and the meeting room, Jeff has established a track record of quality, on-time delivery. He works collaboratively with business leaders to deliver maximal ROI for his time. He works hard, learns rabidly, and loves every second of it.
Jearvon has a passion for software craftsmanship. He finds joy in creating functional software to increase business value. Evidenced by his roles as organizer of Philly.rb and co-organizer of Philly Lambda, Jearvon is a strong believer in community and knowledge sharing. Outside of work, you will find him maintaining a 4.0 GPA on Code Climate or spending time with his wife.
Dan has been using Ruby since 2007 and got serious about development in 2011, while working on tools for a publishing company. He's constantly on the lookout for tools, concepts, and techniques that make either the process of development or its end result more efficient.
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