Co-founder of Joomla! and OpenSourceMatters Inc I've never been known to be lacking an opinion or being too afraid to express it.
Despite what some people might think I'm a shy and modest man who doesnt like to blow his own trumpet or boast about achievements.
Website URL: http://brian.teeman.net
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
Chiara Aliotta is the founder and creative director of Until Sunday. She has many years of experience in art direction, brand development, graphic design, illustration and web design and since January 2014 she is brand manager at Joomla.org. Her work is extremely creative, emotionally involving, detail-obsessed, and rich with colorful illustrations that come from her imaginary world. She describes herself as a typography addict and lover of colors. Everyday life is her inspiration and it is reflected in her work and her blog.
When she is not busy designing innovative products for her clients, you can find her waiting for a flight to some sunny destination, swimming in the Aegean Sea, capturing typography in the city with her camera, or spending her free time at home, snuggling with her cat, Kissa.
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. 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»
Chris Paschen is a business solution provider helping orgnaizations harness the power of the internet to advance their cause and increase their results. He has been using Joomla! to do that for over 10 years (since Joomla! started). He does this through his company Paschen Communications. He also presently serves as the Marketing Team Lead for Joomla!
Développeur d'aeSecure, logiciel de protection, d'optimisation et de nettoyage (après hack) de sites web Apache.
Modérateur pour l'Association Francophone des Utilisateurs de Joomla (AFUJ), pseudo cavo789.
Membre fondateur de la JUG Wallonie.
Website URL: https://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
Cliff Pfeifer is a passionate Joomla contributor and savvy business owner from Denver, Colorado. He is the Joomla! UX Team Lead, Organizer of the Denver Joomla! Community, and a member of the Joomla! Marketing and Community Leadership Teams.
Constance stumbled into the Joomla! world back in 2006 when a client called and wanted to convert a Mambo site into Joomla!. She spent 3 weeks pouring over all the documentation, the forums, reading books, anything Joomla. The road was tough and long but she ended up a dedicated Joomla! afficiando and web designer. No Wordpress for her! This is her first adventure into writing articles for the magazine although there will probably be many opportunities since she also joined the Update Working Group in an altruistic effort to “give back”.
Prior to her discovery of Joomla!, she grew up in the database world of Oracle and IBM, programming in many languages ranging from Cobol to Assembler to Fortran...yep, you guessed it... she's old and should retire soon but decided she loves Joomla and the community too much!
Website URL: http://www.twolipps.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
Crystal has been involved in the Joomla community for less than a year, making her quite firmly a Joomla newbie. What she lacks in tenure, however, she makes up for in passion. After attending JWC14 in Cancun, she found herself first on the TM team, and very shortly afterwards involved in the planning of JWC15, as well as some light involvement in other teams.
She is a UX Strategist and Web Designer at Square 2 Marketing. While they are based out of Pennsylvania, Crystal delights in traveling the world and is a self-appointed digital nomad. (If you can work from anywhere with an internet connection, why not work from everywhere?)
I started Joomla sitebuilding in 2007, without any knowledges about HTML , CSS or PhP. I am completely self taught !
Now, I try to help beginners by sharing my knowledge and giving advice. I am a proud and enthusiastic member of the Joomla Extensions Directory and a freaquent tweeter on all things Joomla.
Website URL: http://www.web-eau.net
David Hurley is an open source advocate and travels most weeks of the year to speak around the world on topics of tech, PHP and open source software. He is the Community Manager for Joomla - the second largest content management system in the world. He is also a member of the Production Leadership Team and the Framework maintainers. David writes semi-obsessively at http://dbhurley.com and is an active partner in several businesses.
Website URL: http://www.dbhurley.com
Dawn Russell formed Artisan Web and Print, located in downtown Brattleboro Vermont, in 2010 after completing graduate studies in Web Development at Marlboro Graduate School. She trained extensively with author and Joomla! expert Barrie North for two years before taking over his small hosting company and customer base at My Artisan Web (formerly Simplweb). Her skills in design were cultivated during her Master's program at SUNY New Paltz in Fine Art where she took every opportunity to visit museums and design houses in New York City. It was during this time that she refined her eye, aesthetic and love for design and art. Her combination of design, business savvy, and technological knowledge provides a unique blend for her clients.
Website URL: http://artisanwebandprint.com