Gracie self-identifies as a lifelong learner, an avid outdoors person, and a software engineer. Her path to programming was a rambling one, which included a music degree, a lot of open courseware, and an all-girls engineering fellowship called Hackbright Academy. She's a big fan of developer tools and services that help her make sense of the inscrutible. When she's not poking at some technology, you might find her romping outside, strumming a guitar, or ogling someone else's dog and wishing it were her dog.
Neil is a software developer, platform evangelist and loves a good hackathon. He most recently worked at Intel Mashery, where he was the lead evangelist and managed developer platform partnerships. Prior to Mashery, Neil has founded several Web and software companies in industries ranging from search, e-commerce to real estate and healthcare. He is the co-creator/maintainer of I/O Docs Community Edition, an open-source interactive API documentation tool.
Audrey is a self-professed organization junkie and problem solver. She enjoys bicycling and logic puzzles, although, not at the same time. She has admittedly taken a circuitous path through the tech realm where she has performed roles in technical documentation/training, software QA, and technical solution implementation. At this stage in her career, her main focus is having an impact on building practical developer tools.