Mark is a former-sysadmin-turned-developer with a lifelong interest in tech,
science and maths. He started his Ruby journey in 2008 with Rails. These
days, he uses Ruby and a handful of other languages - but Ruby is his staple
language, because of both the language itself and the community around it.
He is also keen to help the tech industry be a better and more inclusive
place, particularly for people with disabilities.
Outside of tech, he watches more TV than is probably healthy, manages to be
a halfway-decent home cook, and is keen to do more travelling.
A baker in a former life Ben had done a bit of Game modding in his spare time
when he decided to do some more formal training in 2022, after discovering Ruby he hasn't looked back.
He loves of Ruby, Boardgames and a good cup of Tea.
Dan is a Ruby developer currently based in Gadigal (Sydney). After
originally studying classical music at uni, Dan made the career-change in
2021 through a coding bootcamp. When he's not scraping fantasy AFL stats,
you can find him playing futsal or netball, doing a pub trivia or
Claire is relatively new to Ruby development having recently completed a full
stack web development bootcamp. She's been working in Tech for the last 5 years in
the Support and Customer Experience space and decided to make the move to development
because building things is fun 😎
Outside of coding she loves getting out into nature, playing music and bouldering.