Pat is a gelato connoisseur, pancake master, and occasional events organiser (including RubyConf AU, Rails Camps, and Trampoline). Mostly, though, he is a contracting Ruby developer based in Melbourne, and most recently has led the development efforts at Limbr, a social enterprise focused on mental health.
Kieran is a passionate Ruby Developer from Adelaide after discovering it 2011.
In his spare time Kieran enjoys making home-made pizza, playing board games and snowboarding around the world.
Lee is currently a Rails Front End Developer, and part of the organising committee for Rails Girls Sydney. Lee spent many years previously working in animation and as a syndicated cartoonist. He has been a past Vice President for the Australian Cartoonists Association and is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Designer who codes. Passionate about music, cleantech and the open web.
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.
Also Perth Ruby Meetup co-organizer.
Mat is a Ruby Developer based in Sydney. When he's not trying to remember the Rails Migration syntax, you can find him encouraging his plants to grow, playing ultimate frisbee or co-organizing @rorosyd