Tyson Nunemacher has been developing professionally for both desktop and web since 1998. Tyson has a background in both liberal arts and the physical sciences, and considers himself both an effective communicator and a skilled problem solver. His interests include fixing other people's bad code, helping clients figure out what exactly they need done, partnering on speculative projects with potential upsides, and working remotely with clients across the world from the comfort of his reclusive retreat in the mountains west of Boulder, CO. When he's not toiling away at his computer, you might find him stream-side, fly rod in hand, or playing ultimate frisbee.
Tripp Bishop has been developing web-based scientific and business applications since 1997, using a wide range of technologies. Tripp is an excellent communicator and has extensive experience working with non-technical clients gathering specifications and explaining technical concepts and issues. He stresses the employment of modular, easily maintainable and expandable designs in his projects.