People on The Engineered Network

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Ben Alexander

Ben Alexander

Ben created and runs Constellation.fm and Fiat Lux

Brianna Wu

Brianna Wu

Brianna is the CEO of GSX and their game Revolution 60 is available on iOS and Steam (for Mac and PC).

Caleb Elston

Caleb Elston

Caleb is a passionate Tesla follower and has run a wonderful and informative Tesla-centric podcast, has been on several Fremont factory tours and attended some of the recent Tesla events.

Carmen Parisi

Carmen Parisi

Carmen is an Electrical Engineer working as an Application Engineer in analogue electronics and has a blog Fake EE Quips that he occasionally posts to. Carmen is also a co-host on The Engineering Commons podcast.

Casey Liss

Casey Liss

Casey appears on the Accidental Tech Podcast each week as well as on Analog(ue) at relay.fm and also blogs here.

David Smith

David Smith

David writes at his site and has an excellent 15 minute long weekly podcast called Developing Perspective.

Erik Hess

Erik Hess

Erik is a designer and developer and former fighter pilot and blogs from time to time. Formerly of the podcasts Generational on 70 Decibels, Dawn Patrol and Technical Difficulties.

Federico Viticci

Federico Viticci

Federico is the man behind MacStories and co-hosts two excellent podcasts on Relay.fm in Virtual and Connected.

Guy English

Guy English

Guy of Aged & Distilled also blogs at Kicking Bear, has an awesome developer podcast called Debug and once helped organise the Çingleton conference that has now sadly ended.

Horace Dediu

Horace Dediu

Horace and his blog Asymco and two great podcasts The Critical Path and Asymcar.

James Smith

James Smith

James is “Product” at Culture Amp and has a rarely posted blog but is also one of the people on the wonderful podcast The Verse.

Jason Snell

Jason Snell

Jason appears on the The Incomparable Podcast each week and for a long time was the Editorial Director of Macworld, PCWorld and TechHive but now runs his own site Six Colors.

Joel Housman

Joel Housman

Joel writes on his blog.

John Chidgey

John Chidgey

John is an Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineer, programmer, podcaster and runs TechDistortion and the Engineered Network. John has produced and appeared on many podcasts as well as Pragmatic.

John Siracusa

John Siracusa

John writes widely acclaimed OS X reviews for Ars Technica, blogs at his site Hypercritical and has a podcast with friends called the Accidental Tech Podcast each week.

Kirsten Chidgey

Kirsten Chidgey

Kirsten is my wonderful wife. She has a Twitter account but never uses it. She has no blog, but honestly I think she should.

Marco Arment

Marco Arment

Marco writes at his site and has a podcast with friends called the Accidental Tech Podcast each week.

Matthew Kidd

Matthew Kidd

Matt is a Chemical Engineer with 10 years experience as a design/consultant engineer, predominately in the oil and gas industry. He holds bachelors degrees in Chemical Engineering and Commerce.

He has co-founded and contributed to several ventures including Neutrium, a knowledge base of engineering topics and Fluxey, simple beautiful surveys you can build in minutes. Some of his other works in the web and app development world can be found at NDStudios.

Myke Hurley

Myke Hurley

Myke co-runs the popular Relay.fm podcast network and also writes occasionally at his blog.

Nick Coghlan

Nick Coghlan

Nick writes at his site called Curious Efficiency and is a member of the Python Software Foundations Board of Directors.

Radek Pietruszewski

Radek Pietruszewski

Radek is a software developer and is behind both Tadam App and Nozbe, podcasts regularly on The Podcast and is an avid follower of all things Space X.

Russell Ivanovic

Russell Ivanovic

Russell writes at his site called Rusty Rants and is the co-founder of Shifty Jelly.

Seth Clifford

Seth Clifford

Seth is CIO of Nickelfish and he also appears on the Iterate podcast.

Trevor Walker

Trevor Walker

Trevor is a Chemical Engineer with 10 years experience as a design/consultant engineer, predominately in the oil and gas industry. He holds a PhD in the Monte Carlo simulation of radiative heat transfer as well as Bachelors degrees in Chemical engineering and computer science.

He has co-founded and contributed to several ventures including Neutrium, a knowledge base of engineering topics and Fluxey, simple beautiful surveys you can build in minutes. Some of his other works in the web and app development world can be found at NDStudios.

Vic Hudson

Vic Hudson

Vic is the host of the App Story Podcast and is the developer behind Money Pilot for iOS.