David Rajchenbach Teller (feed) – “I have recently joined Mozilla, where I act as one of the Tech Leads of the Performance Team. Every day, we make Firefox, Thunderbird and the Mozilla platform faster, leaner, and more generally, better, for desktop and mobile devices alike! Previously, I have held many impressive titles at MLstate, where I designed and led the implementation of the open-source Opa platform. For fun and profit, I produce code and science. I design programming language-level mechanisms, in particular for concurrency, distribution and security.”
Matt Brandt (feed) – Matt Brandt is a member of the WebQA team and works mostly with the Socorro and Input communities. His interests and passion on the open web is facilitating conversations advocating for quality. He is at home doing exploratory testing but loves writing extensible automation solutions.
Ben Simon (feed) – Ben is leading the Join Mozilla project for the Foundation. Previously, Ben was the director of new media campaigns for the Democratic National Committee and Organizing for America. He will be blogging primarily about Join campaigns.
Jim Chen (feed) – “I was a mobile intern in 2010, when I worked on IME support in Fennec, and again in 2011, when I worked on development tools for Fennec. Right now I’m studying Electrical Engineering at University of Cincinnati (final year! hopefully…), but I plan to keep contributing to Fennec development, while exploring new projects such as B2G.”
Erick León Bolinaga (feed) – University student from Cuba, Cuban Mozilla Community founder and leader. 4+ years spreading Firefox and Mozilla Mission. Web developer of Community site and services. Recent MozRep.