I'm a freelance internet consultant. I know a lot about tech stuff, I'm into business & I love people. I could be your next tech guy, PM or community builder. bio from Twitter
a geek, a nerd, an otaku, a CEO. Conference organizer and traveler.
Without craftsmanship, inspiration is a mere reed shaken in the wind bio from Twitter
A futurefriend.ly web developer devoted to client side technologies. Addicted Drupal themer, jQuery lover, IA, I care UX and I'm a proud @twinbit team member bio from Twitter
another f@$#&n' web developer, full time dreamer and too less sleeper, true 8-bit lover and sunday super hero. bio from Twitter
Freelance Web Developer (WordPress, PHP, Front End), @webstandards and @wechangedit co-organiser http://agilehackathon.co.uk bio from Twitter
Entrepreneur, software engineer and angel investor. Co-founder and CTO at Wave Group, co-founder at Frontiers of Interaction. bio from Twitter
«Tu sei Barbapapà, la mamma è Barbamamma, io sono Barbabella, Vittorio è Barbaforte e Alberto è Barbazoo.» Lavoro qui: @bnkr_it bio from Twitter
Graphic designer, i like: #logotype & corporate identity, #typography, #illustration, social network & #graphic design bio from Twitter
I make stuff in lovely and functional way. Wireframing ♥ Ui/Ux ♥ Web Design bio from Twitter
Call me paranoid, but I feel I'm being followed by strangers. bio from Twitter
I like to solve problems, or to write software that does.
Still growing up while working at @nelmio… bio from Twitter
@CSSWG Invited Expert. @OReillyMedia author (ETA 2014). Ex @W3C staff. Made @prismjs @dabblet @prefixfree. Passionate about standards, code, design, UX, life. bio from Twitter
An Irish web developer living and working in Brighton, England.
Front-end developer. Comic book translator. Heinleiner. Browncoat. AFOL. Geronimo! ♡ bio from Twitter
web developer & owner @intersezione. conference organizer & art director @fromthefront. bio from Twitter
a pirate always lands on his feet, and always wins, even when you think not. naturally hates ninjas, as ninjas are overrated far too serious for their own good