The Members of TeamB

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  • Alex Bakaev

     
    Alex hails from Santa Barbara California and is a swell dresser.
     
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  • Chris Uzdavinis

     
    Chris has been programming computers since 1980, when he was 7 years old. Self-taught in AppleSoft BASIC early on, he eventually graduated Cum Laude with a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Idaho. After graduation, he remained in Idaho for over 2 years, developing a web server called InfoArk (www.fsr.com) and working on projects for Fujitsu and Chrysler as well. His major areas of interest are genetic programming, C++ in general, and efficiency (both implementation and algorithmic.) In December 1998 he and his wife Suzy moved to South Carolina for a job (as employee #16) with Automated Trading Desk in Mt. Plesant, SC. (www.atdesk.com) He is now happily working in the financial industry working on the core trading platform and developing computer models of the stock market. He lives in Charleston, SC with his wife Suzy, and their three cats ACE, Corba, and Tera. Chris has been a member of TeamB since June 1998.
     
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  • Craig Stuntz

     

    Craig has been using Embarcadero languages since picking up Turbo C in high school. His first programming job was writing simulations of nuclear physics experiments for one of the universities he attended. After graduation, he worked for a long series of non-profit organizations (most of them intentionally so) before settling down at Vertex Systems Corporation, a company which serves non-profits, but is still for-profit enough to have decent management.

    Craig lives with his wife and daughter in Columbus, OH and is currently attempting to learn to play the tin whistle and the simple system flute.

     
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  • Damon Chandler

     
    Damon Chandler has been programming using Embarcadero's products since the late 80's and has been a die-hard C++Builder fan since its initial release. He is currently a research associate in the Visual Communications Lab at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY), where he develops image processing and compression algorithms; and he is a post-doctoral fellow in the Cornell Department of Psychology, where his research focuses on human perception of natural scenes.
    Damon is a co-author of the Windows 2000 Graphics API Black Book, a contributing author of the C++Builder 5 Developer's Guide, and Editor-in-Chief of the C++Builder Developer's Journal
     
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  • David Nottage

     
    Dave is Chief Technical Officer of RADSoft; an enterprise software solutions company. He specialises in Delphi, and also develops with C# and Java. Dave has written a number of community articles, was co-author (with John Kaster) of the Invokamatic eXtreme toy for Delphi 6, and has been a presenter at BorCon in Australia, and at ADUG in Sydney and Adelaide.
    When Dave's not with his laptop programming or answering questions in the chatroom or forums, he likes to go to the movies, live music gigs and generally make a nuisance of himself. Dave lives in Adelaide, South Australia, with his daughter Jess, 2 cats, 1 dog, 1 budgerigar (a type of bird), and goldfish of varying population.
    You can find out more about Dave at http://www.radsoft.com.au/aboutus.html
     
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  • Deepak Shenoy

     
    Deepak is Chief Executive at Agni Software, a technology software provider and solutions developer in Bangalore, India. He's grappled with several programming languages over 10 years, the most gory ones being Cobol, PDP-11 Assembly and Basic of Visual descent. Having finally settled on Delphi, Deepak uses it to build and manage business automation solutions for companies worldwide.
    Deepak currently works with SOAP, XML and .NET - all in Delphi and/or C#, and writes articles and papers on these technologies. He spends his non-programming time in learning to salsa, getting attracted to adventure sports or thinking of new and novel ideas of losing weight. You can reach Deepak at deepakshenoy@gmail.com.
     
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  • Joanna Carter

     
    Joanna works as a consultant software engineer, specialising in OO architecture analysis and design, troubleshooting and debugging. She has worked in the UK and Europe and is a regular speaker and author for the UK Developers Group (formerly the UK Borland Users Group). Most of her articles/presentations have been on OO architecture and coding, design patterns and refactoring. She has also held OO masterclasses in the UK and US. She has developed an Object Persistence Framework for use with Delphi and C#, as well as a Delphi version of the Model View Presenter framework and has hosted Birds of a Feather sessions on these subjects at BorCon on at least two occasions
    When she is not tied to a computer, she can be found doing some serious photography using anything from 4x5 field cameras to state of the art digital SLRs.
     
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  • Jon Benedicto

     
    Jonathan Benedicto is a software development contractor and owner of JomiTech, a developer tools company. He started programming in Basic and moved to C++, which he continues to use on a daily basis. He has significant experience with a large variety of other languages including Delphi, PHP, Java and C#, and has built applications and systems ranging from business management software to web based e-commerce platforms. Jonathan has been a speaker at several CodeRage conferences, and is active in his business developing tools to enhance developer productivity.
     
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  • Kurt Barthelmess

     
    Kurt Barthelmess is President of Scharf Systems, a consulting services company. He has an extensive background in operating system and application software development, finance and management. Kurt has served as a member of TeamB since 1992 and holds a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from UC San Diego.
     
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  • Marc Rohloff

     
    Marc started using Embarcadero's products starting with Turbo Pascal 3.0 back in 1988, He currently works in Columbus, Ohio as a consultant and mentor.
    He enjoys travelling the world and outdoor sports like backpacking, rock climbing and swimming. He also plays the guitar (but not very well).
    You can find out more about Marc at www.marcrohloff.com
     
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  • Mike Williams

     
    Mike has been using Embarcadero products since Turbo Pascal 3.0 and has used Delphi exclusively since the very early days of Delphi 1.0. He has a Master's degree in Information and Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology and has found that it can be quite educational to help others in the forums.
    Mike is the senior programmer for Advanced Productivity Software, Inc.
     
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  • Peter Below

     
    Peter Below has a Ph.D. in organic chemistry. He works for a large pharmaceuticals company in the Medicinal Chemistry department, taking care of data management and custom programming for a number of automated parallel synthesis systems.
    Peter started programming PCs as a hobby around 1980, first in MS Pascal and assembler, later using Modula 2. With the move to Windows came a move to Turbo Pascal for Windows, Borland Pascal 7, and finally Delphi.
     
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  • Remy Lebeau

     
    Remy is a former Art student from the USA who became a self-taught programmer in the early 90's. He started out with web scripting, and then grew into Java programming before finally settling into C/C++ in the mid 90's, though he didn't start using Borland's C++ compilers/IDEs until 1998. Around that same time, he became a co-founding member of the development team for his high school's website.

    During the day, Remy works for an award-winning Telecom company which specializes in developing software-based Voice- and Data- recording solutions for Financial Institutions, Healthcare, Public Safety, Outsourcing Services, Call Centers, and Government Agencies worldwide. These customers include 4 of the top 10 investment banks, 3 of the top 10 commercial banks, and 10 of the top Fortune 50 companies. He is also the original developer of this company's website, the reins of which he passed on to a new generation of web developers when he transferred into the company's core software engineering team in the early 2000's.

    During his free time, Remy develops his own freeware VCL components and applications under his own company, Lebeau Software. He is also a member of the administrative and programming teams of the open-source Indy Project.

    Though C++ is now his primary programming language (with a focus in VCL programming and usage in particular), Remy is also familiar with many other programming languages, including Java, Visual Basic, Object Pascal, Assembly, Perl, Javascript, VBScript, and ASP.
     
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  • Rudy Velthuis

     
    Rudy is a Dutch dentist, living and working in Germany, who has been interested in programming since he was 20 and still a student.
    After building and developing synthesizers and supporting hardware for a hobby, he took up programming with a Sinclair ZX80. Having programmed in many languages on the Acorn BBC computer, he bought his first PC when he moved to Germany. Shortly after that, he got Borland Turbo Pascal 3.0, and was hooked for life, first in Turbo Pascal, later in its successor, Delphi. Despite his interest in other programming languages, like Smalltalk, C++ and C#, Delphi remains his favorite language.
    You can find out more about Rudy on his Delphi Corner homepage.
     
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  • Wayne Niddery

     
    Wayne has been a developer for over 20 years and has specialized with Delphi and InterBase as an independent contractor since 1995. He co-authored the Borland Delphi How-To and has been a member of TeamB since 1998. Wayne lives near Toronto, Canada with his wife and son.

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