Based in Beijing, Jing covers the China tech scene for the Post. She writes a lot about artificial intelligence, robots and machines, but she cares more about people.
Co-founder and editor-in-chief of Tech.eu, with previous stints at The Next Web and TechCrunch under his belt. Deeply in love with his family, technology, traveling and Belgian beer.
Eric St-Jean is an independent consultant with a focus on HR technology, project management and Microsoft Excel training and automation. He is a certified Project Management Professional, Certified Compensation Professional and earned an Executive MBA degree. Eric worked in high-tech for 15 years in a variety of software verification roles, and as a technical support manager. In 2010, he changed careers and transitioned into HR with a focus on HCM systems. Since then, he has worked with a variety of vendor systems including SuccessFactors, ADP, Ceridian and Halogen. He also co-authored the Conference Board of Canada report Making Short-Term Incentives Work for Your Organization.
Joe joined MacRumors as an Editor in January 2015, based out of Toronto, Canada. He has been writing about Apple since 2008, with bylines at 9to5Mac, 9to5Google, and many other tech-focused publications. Joe has been cited by major media outlets, including Bloomberg News, CBS, CNBC, CNN, NBC, Reuters, TechCrunch, and The Washington Post. Many of his headlines have been featured by tech news aggregator Techmeme.
Editor in Chief @ http://ginfo.ge, Contributing News Writer @xdadevelopers , Former editor @ http://review.ge.
Michael Feldman has covered the high performance computing industry for more than 12 years, first as the editor-in-chief of HPCwire, as a market research analyst at Intersect360 Research, and as the managing editor for supercomputing-focused TOP500 News. During that time, he established himself as a trusted voice in the HPC community. Prior to his work as a journalist and industry analyst, Michael was a software engineer, a career that spanned 25 years, and included projects in compiler and runtime platforms, software development tools, and real-time embedded systems.
George's got tech, data, and media, and he's not afraid to use them. Coming from an IT background, he's had the chance to learn to play many instruments on the way to becoming a one man band and an orchestrator: being a Gigaom analyst, serving Fortune 500, startups and NGOs as a consultant, building and managing projects, products and teams of all sizes and shapes, and getting involved in award-winning research among others.
Daniel is a mobile testing expert working as Lead Software Test Engineer at XING’s mobile team. He started his software testing career in 2003 as a trainee at IBM. After his time at IBM, Daniel studied computer science with a focus on software development and testing. Since 2009, Daniel has worked for companies such as Accenture, AOE and XING. He is experienced in several mobile test automation tools such as Robotium, Calabash for iOS/ Android, Espresso and Keep It Functional. With the help of this tools, he developed a fully automated testing environment for Android and iOS.
Dries Buytaert is an open source developer and technology executive. He is the original creator and project lead for Drupal, an open source platform for building websites and digital experiences. Buytaert is also co-founder and chief technology officer of Acquia, a venture-backed technology company. A Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum, he holds a PhD in computer science and engineering from Ghent University and a Licentiate Computer Science (MsC) from the University of Antwerp. He was named CTO of the Year by the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, New England Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young, and a Young Innovator by MIT Technology Review. He blogs frequently on Drupal, open source, startups, business and the future at dri.es.
I help Software Development organizations, teams, and professionals, to become more effective and efficient, and increasing the business value they deliver
David is a crypto/blockchain reporter who loves old-school adventure games, techno and the Beastie Boys. He is probably watching a StarCraft stream right now.
Aaron is a seasoned media and information professional with over a decade of experience in journalism and information management at leading media companies and government organisations. He was a technology correspondent at The Straits Times, Singapore’s national newspaper, and a senior journalist at ZDNet Asia covering enterprise technology. Aaron is also a founding editor of a technology blog that provides authoritative news and insights on technology trends in Singapore and Asia. He has a Masters degree in library and information science from Syracuse University, New York.
Duncan Riley is a senior writer at SiliconANGLE covering Startups, Bitcoin, and the Internet of Things. Duncan is a co-founder of VC funded media company B5Media and founder of news site The Inquisitr, and was a senior writer at TechCrunch in its earlier days.
SA Mathieson is a freelance analyst and journalist focused on healthcare, government and IT. He edits the Society of IT Management's magazine for members, is an associate analyst for market intelligence firm Ovum and runs training on topics including data journalism.
As a reporter with Information Age, Andrew Ross writes articles for technology leaders; helping them manage business critical issues both for today and in the future
Brian Hambling is editor of Software Testing: An ISTQB-BCS certified tester foundation guide - 4th edition, published by BCS. He has experienced software development from the perspective of a project and a quality manager in a career spanning over 40 years.
Nick Ismail is the editor for Information Age. He has a particular interest in smart technologies, AI and cyber security.
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