Brian Gershon is intrigued with creating applications that offer real-time collaboration, inspired by tools (such as Maptini and SubEthaEdit) which allow rooms full of people to work together in real-time for brainstorming, sharing information or taking collective notes.
Daniel Dosen is a small-business owner, consultant and independent developer. He's focused on creating applications and services leveraging the cloud to manage and view data in a rich, intuitive manner.
Daniel's a pre-iPad naysayer and post-iPad believer. The iPad and devices like it are great platforms for building data-driven apps that help you get stuff done.http://xmlcom.com
Donald DeSantis started mindmapping in college, prompted by David Allen's "Getting Things Done". A confessed Apple fan-boy, he purchased an iPad on release day and promptly installed a mindmapping application. Donald works as a user-experience designer in Seattle where he lives with his wife and two bicycles.http://www.donalddesantis.com/
Jeremy spends most of his time & energy building highly performant software development teams using tools like Agile, Lean, & Rails.
Maptini is an opportunity for Jeremy to practice what he preaches and create something beautiful!http://jeremylightsmith.com/
LUKE has been working with aesthetic and graphic presentation for a decade. His art work is hanging in several major cities in the US and showing on computers all across the world.http://lukehaynes.com/
Sasha Pasulka wishes this app had been around when she was in college. Instead, she made her own boring outlines while getting a computer science degree and later an MBA. She's the CEO and founder of EB Media and a columnist for Seattle 2.0. She lives in Seattle, and she loves the rain.http://sashapasulka.com/