Creating an open source initiative capable of searching code hosting services for the benefit of the research community.
Adam is from a small town in Upstate New York who specializes in iOS Development. He has worked at Apple and Oracle over the last few years. In his free time, he enjoys playing piano, bagpipes, and singing. He is very excited to contribute to this project!
Luke has lived in Rochester most of his life and has worked at the University of Rochester, Oracle, and HubSpot over the past few years in a variety of development roles. In his spare time he enjoys server side development, Java, and working on a few of his personal music projects.
Matt is a Philadelphia born-and-raised software engineer whose specialty is full-stack web development and obsession is functional programming. He has worked in various Bay Area and Southern California areas for companies such as Intuit, Oracle, SmugMug, and IGN.
Stefan is a Erie, PA native, who in the past has worked at Thomson Reuters creating internal web tools for developers. Stefan is also a current Cadet in the Army ROTC trying to be a pilot. When not programming, you'll most likely find Stefan riding around on his motorcycle.
Abigail Cabunoc (lead developer, Mozilla Science Lab): Abby comes to Mozilla after longtime contributions to open source projects helping science. Previously at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research where she led development on WormBase, an online biological database aiding nematode research, she bring some serious worm knowledge to the team, as well as a background in bioinformatics and computer science. Abby's also an active member of the Toronto software development community as a mentor and educator. You can follow her at @abbycabs.
Don earned a PHD in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and is the former VP of Research at RIT. He is recently retired from working at RIT, where he spent the past 15 year and is very excited to return to coach this team. In his free time, he enjoys reading books.