Chad Windnagle is a Joomla Developer living in Upstate New York. He has been a member of the Joomla community in different areas ever since he was 15 years old! Chad works for s-go Consulting, a web development firm, and enjoys writing any content about Joomla.
Website URL: http://www.s-go.net
Chris came across Mambo for the first time in 2003 while looking for a content management system for an intranet project. He began contributing documentation and was soon recruited to join the Documentation Team. He switched to Joomla as soon as the split occurred and was invited to join the Core Team in 2006. He is currently a member of the Production Leadership Team.
Chris got involved in Joomla a few years ago (when 1.5.14 was the flavour of the day). But he stayed with Joomla! ever since, is eager and wants to learn the ropes...
«I have a small company and do web pages. Also, I'm a board member of Joomla Verband Schweiz and I speak both German and English. I'd like to see a bit more content here in my native language and - oops got caught. Yep, I'm trying to do a bit translation work for the team»
Oh, BTW - if you're wondering about my strange head gear, here's the story. Having said that, this does not necessarily mean that I'm an atheist (as Niko Alm is).
- aeSecure, logiciel de protection et d'optimisation de sites web Apache
- AllEvents, gestionnaire d'évènements pour Joomla!
Modérateur pour l'Association Francophone des Utilisateurs de Joomla (AFUJ), pseudo cavo789.
Membre fondateur de la JUG Wallonie.
Website URL: http://www.aesecure.com
Cindy Montano is the owner of Montano Designs, a Joomla specific website development company, as well as a Joomla! Forum moderator since 2007, and long-time member of the Joomla! community. She and her son Reed will be embarking on a Joomla world tour this summer and will be contributing many more articles to the Joomla Community Magazine as she reports in from destinations around the globe. Be certain to say hello if you see her in your home town.
Website URL: http://www.montanodesigns.com
Craig runs a small software development business that has been integrating Joomla with Local Government, Universities and NGO's needs since the early beta's of Joomla 1.5.
We publish a small range of Joomla software through our See People Software brand.
Frontend Dev of the Molajo tribe. Smallish. Shy. Terse. Resolutely irreverent. My manifesto: http://bit.ly/SandboxManifesto