A. Timothy Mitra, BFA ACTC
Jaime Lopez Jr
Jaime is an experienced software developer and team lead with a focus on iOS development. He led the iOS development team at OfferUp where he helped make the buying and selling experience simpler, faster, and safer. Jaime also worked on the StoreMode™ technologies at Point Inside. He often enjoys a nice cup of coffee and conversation on various topics.
Mark E. Rubin, PhD
Mark is an iOS developer and consultant based in Silicon Valley. He founded Smappsoft, an indie iOS development shop, in 2009, where he is Chief Engineer. At the same time, he has held hands on leadership roles in several startups, including Relive, Inc. and erodr, and consults for multiple well known companies on iOS development issues. He has developed over 30 apps, in a wide range of areas including social networking, photo sharing, games, and music, with a combined reach of millions of users. Before discovering iOS, he worked for several years in the semiconductor industry, and has degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering from MIT and UCSB.
Greg is an iOS developer, sometimes writer, and full-time Canadian living in San Francisco. He enjoys writing code, long walks thinking about code, and listening to podcasts about code.
Greg often jumps in as a last minute guest host and occasionally takes over the show when Tim is away at a concert. You can find him on Twitter as @gregheo.
Tammy Coron is a writer, musician, artist, and software engineer.
As an independent creative professional, Tammy spends her time developing software, writing, illustrating, and reminding others that The Impossible Just Takes A Little Longer. She also hosts the Roundabout: Creative Chaos podcast.
For the most part, Tammy is always working; she’s a contributor on Creative Bloq, iMore, and (of course!) raywenderlich.com. When she’s not earning a living, Tammy enjoys spending time on her farm – in Tennessee – with her husband and their two sons.
Aaron Vegh is a freelance iOS and web developer. He’s written a book for Wiley, Web Development with the Mac, published in 2010. He’s published several apps: Code, an HTML code viewer; Tiberius, a personal video logging app from the future; ThreadOne, an OS X private messaging client for App.Net; and Magpie, a “watch later” tool for Mac and iOS. You can stay up to date on his current status on Twitter, his “Now” page, or his company site. Aaron was a regular host from August 2014 to December 2016.