Justin Meyer : CEO
Justin has over 7 years of application development and management experience and has been in over 20 different application development cycles. Working for both GE and Accenture, Justin is well versed in the methodology required to organize a project to a successful conclusion.Follow @justinbmeyer
Brian Moschel : CTO
His role at Bitovi is a mix of trainings, consulting, and managing many of the day to day operations. Recently in the open source arena, he has focused on Steal and FuncUnit development as well as speaking at conferences to promote CanJS' superiority over Backbone.
In client projects, his usual role is to step into a messy project and help turn things around through training, better architecture decisions, and better team and code organization. Brian named his dog Ajax (and frequently mocks him), constantly quotes Arrested Development, and recently got addicted to running and CrossFit.Follow @brianmoschel
He is one of the organizers of the CodeAtSix meetup - one of the biggest Croatian developer meetups - which focuses on modern technology and development practices.
If he's not writing code, you can probably find him rolling on the mat.Follow @mihaelkonjevic
Alexis Abril has been writing web applications professionally since 2003. With a start as a .NET developer, Alexis eventually moved into a Rails environment, however UI development has always been his focus. In that time span he has worked on a variety of projects including eCommerce, intranet, web service, console and mobile applications. He believes while a basis in full stack development is a great foundation for web application authors, specialization is the key to advancement in a respective profession.
Alexis has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas and is a current resident of the North Dallas area.Follow @alexisabril
Andy has a B.S. in Software Engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering. He lives in Milwaukee and can be found on Twitter as @andykant.Follow @andykant
Before Bitovi, Curtis was at Symantec building Norton's successful eCommerce platform. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo.
When he's not coding, Curtis enjoys playing hockey, golfing and spending time with his wife and two kids.Follow @curtisjcummings
He firmly believes in elegant and simple software solutions and that getting there is one of the biggest challenges in software development.
In that time span he worked in various fields including data-crunching, eCommerce and content management software.
With a soft spot for bleeding edge stuff, in recent months he has been wrestling with Clojure.
Apart from learning new languages and breaking servers, he enjoys getting beaten on various martial arts classes.Follow @neektza
Eli Morris – Heft
Eli has been doing web development since 2005. Since then, he has dabbled in databases, explored UX, served as sysadmin, and delved deeply into design (for web and for print). He is passionate about code architecture, and stays active on the CSS and HTML WG mailing lists.
In his spare time, Eli runs security for several conventions around the country, explores new recipes, works on personal projects, and is generally a giant nerd about everything.Follow @dispatchrabbi
He fulfills his free time by hacking obscure video devices, keeping an eye on new technology breakthroughs and occasionaly organizing concerts.Follow @vdragisic
With 7 years of web experience and nearly 4 years of client-side application development experience, Stan is very excited to join the Bitovi team. He began his career as a data analyst and Linux enthusiast, but quickly realized the fantastic possibilities of the open web and rich client applications. When he isn't wrangling code, he can be found organizing the HTML5-Milwaukee meetup group, cycling, or exploring the great city of Milwaukee, WI.
Stan attended the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music, where he learned to appreciate Bach as much as Nine Inch Nails. He enjoys attending software and sci-fi conventions, especially if there is an excuse to sneak in a Star Trek or Dr Who panel.Follow @aenigmatic
Ryan has been developing and managing software applications for nearly 10 years. With a passion for the web, mobile, and overall user experience, Ryan recently left the enterprise space to focus on front end development.
Ryan holds a Bachelors degree in both Computer Science and Marketing from North Central College. In his personal time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and playing referee to their three boys.Follow @rywhee
Tom has been designing websites and interfaces for more than 12 years. His experience in corporate marketing departments and as a freelancer gives him insight into the needs of both large and small organizations. Most of his UX/UI experience has been designing complex apps for government contractors: mapping data for decision makers. But no matter what it is, Tom loves making stuff look good. In fact, when he's not obsessing over pixels, he's restoring a classic British car as further expression of his penchant for making things shiny. Tom is a designer, HTML/CSS coder, outdoorsman, husband, and father to four. Find him on Dribbble or Twitter.Follow @tomgreever
Matthew has been involved in web development since 2005, starting out by migrating legacy systems to PHP, then working in a corporate .NET environment before finally settling in as a client-side advocate. Never without a side project, Matthew is most interested in new web technologies that push the boundaries of what is possible in the browser, such as web sockets, canvas, and IndexedDB.
In his spare time Matthew is an admittedly middling kayaker.Follow @matthewcp
When it comes to Internet based companies, Chris knows it, because he's either done it or something very close to it. Running the gamut from company strategy and leadership to being on the front line writing the code and developing the user experience. Chris' proven track record shows his passion and excitement for attaching himself to great projects and companies and helping them find further success.
When away from his computer you'll find Chris exploring the great outdoors, writing, painting, studying great artifacts of architecture and engineering, and taking advantage of every minute that he has to spend with his family.Follow @cstegner
Outside of work, Josh enjoys writing open source software, watching anime and sci fi, and practicing kendo.Follow @sykopomp