The authors for Croozeus Blog are as follows:
Bogdan Galiceanu (Bogdan.Galiceanu)
Bogdan is a Romanian student interested in developing mobile applications in Java, C++ and especially Python. He is currently a high school senior and intend to attend college in a technical domain. He started working with PyS60 in late 2007 and has been using it to create applications for mobile devices ever since as he finds it is the easiest programming language.
Jouni Miettunen (JOM)
Jouni Miettunen is a weekend and night-time hobby coder. He has written about 100 freeware games and utilities for half a dozen systems for too many years, dreaming about writing commercial quality software. He lives currently in southern Finland, with a family.
Mark Hurenkamp (mark.hurenkamp)
Mark is an embedded software designer, making his hobby his work, he still likes to use the little free time he has to play with Linux, Mythtv, and since about a year also PyS60. Being an enthusiastic hiker as well, his major efforts on the S60 platform are aimed at improving his creation Tracker.py, a program that aids hikers in finding their way by using a GPS to show their position on a digitezed map.
Jussi Ylänen (jethro)
Didier van den Daele (Cyke64)
Didier, very popular as Cyke64 is a PyS60 enthusiastic. He is always helping developers of Python for S60, especially on the Python Dibo (FN). PyS60 owes many extensions from him – xprofile, appswitch, misty, flashy, etc. Also amongst of his very popular extensions, Axyz is the extension used by many people, for developing applications using the accelerometer. All his extensions can be found here.
Rafael Tavares (Rafael T.)
Rafael is 15 years old and lives in Brazil. Despite being young, he develops applications using Python for S60 and Symbian C++. Programming is his favorite hobby and he practices it everyday. Currently, Rafael focussed on helping users in the Python Discussion Board, writing articles for the Wiki and developing his applications. In a near future, he hopes to help people in Symbian C++ Discussion Board too, as currently he is still learning it.
Luis Valente (lpvalente)
Luis is a PhD student at PUC-Rio (Brazil) and a member of VisionLab/PUC-Rio. His research focuses on mobile entertainment using cellphones. He’s also a Forum Nokia Champion.
Manikantan K (manikantan.krish)
Manikantan has developed various applications on Flash Lite for past 2 years including commercial applications for m-commerce and m-learning. His interests equally lean towards developing games for mobiles devices. He has been recently reading J2ME and PyS60 for their power and the numerous kernel hooks they provide.
Marcelo Barros (marcelobarrosalmeida)
Marcelo Barros is graduated in electrical engineer, with MSc and PhD degrees in computational intelligence. In the last six years he has been working as an embedded software developer, creating controllers for the industry automation field. Strong computer network and TCP/IP programming skills complete his profile. Mobility and Python
programming are his current hobbies and he combines their powers with PyS60 for Nokia Smartphones.
José Antonio Oliveira (javsmo)
Pavan Pareta (pavan.pareta)
Felipe Rodrigues (felipe.rodrigues)
Marcel Caraciolo (marcel.caraciol)
Marcel Pinheiro Caraciolo is graduated at computer engineering, currently is Master Degree Candidate on Computer Science at Federal University of Pernambuco (CIN/UFPE) – Recife – Brazil. Interested on mobile computing, data mining and intelligent computing. Focused on joining mobile computing and machine learning techniques and believes in the future there will be the convergence between mobile and user context where he is inserted into. He is a big enthusiast of Symbian and started mobile programming since 2007 where Python is his passion combining it with mobile into PyS60 mobile apps to Symbian Nokia phones.
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