Nicholas is a Mechanical Engineer turned web developer. He found Mambo — Joomla's precursor — in 2004 and his life was never the same.

He's the author of several popular extensions for Joomla and a frequent contributor to the Joomla core. He currently lives in the coast of Athens, Greece with his wife, daughter and two cats. He likes to credit the Joomla community for giving him a business and a family — he met his wife at a Joomla conference, after all!

When he's not writing code, documentation or articles for Joomla and his extensions he enjoys tinkering with mechanical keyboards, playing D&D and watching sci-fi series.

Peter Martin has been active in the Joomla community since 2005. He is one of the Global Forum Moderators, and has been active in Community Leadership Team, Operations Department Coordinator, Board of Directors, Mentor for Google Summer of Code (GSoC).

With his company db8.nl (founded in 2005) Peter supports companies and organisations with Joomla support and custom Joomla extension development. Peter is co-founder of data2.eu - an online tool to create a Processing Index needed for GDPR compliance and co-developer of "d2 Content" - a component to help you manage and edit articles more easily.

In his hometown Nijmegen (Netherlands) Peter (co-)organizes: Joomla User Group Arnhem/Nijmegen, Linux Usergroup Nijmegen and Open Coffee Nijmegen (a monthly networking event for small businesses).

A Joomla hobbyist and active contributor on The Joomla! Forum™.  In a nutshell, his career in Information Technology spans over 40 years, nearly all of that working in various Australian Government departments and agencies.  For the last 15 years of that time, he’s had a keen interest in developing intranet sites and this naturally evolved into the Internet space. His experience covered most activities in the IT field:  systems analysis and design, programming, testing, project management, customer relationship management, knowledge management—you name it and he’s probably had something to do with it (or he managed teams of people who had the subject-matter skills).  He retired from the workforce in January 2007 and, if he thought he was busy when he was working, he’s been busier now than ever—mostly he’s busy having a great time!  When he’s not thinking about world events, Australian politics or making sure he’s not far away from coffee, Michael is involved in helping people make the best use of Joomla.

Most people will recognise Michael by his handle "sozzled".

Ahmad Moussa is a Joomla! Webmaster since 2013 and has acquired the Joomla 3 Administrator Certification when he visited JoomlaDay Madrid 2017 event in Madrid, Spain. He has a Bachelors Degree (BA) in Computer and Communication Engineering and looking forward to achieve more.

His Joomla! story started in 2013 when he was looking for a CMS, he had read about Wordpress, Joomla, and Drupal but was more drawn to Joomla! and decided to build a website for his Village (Lala, West Bekaa, Lebanon) after taking some tutorials. That was the start...after 2 years he wanted to give something back to the community so he started answering few unanswered questions in the forum and just kept going. After that he decided to help more by joining Joomla! Showcase Directory Team, Volunteer Portal Team, Joomla! User Groups Team, Joomla! Community Translation Team, Joomla! Certification Ambassador Team, Joomla! User Research & Strategy Working Group Team, and Joomla! Community Magazine Team...He is really proud to be a Joomler!

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