It's a surprise that you stumbled across our blog. We made this blog as an online journal where we share our thoughts, things we've learned, and showcase our side projects.
Daniel Cefram Ramirez
He used to work full-time at SplitmediaLabs, and was one of the first few developers of XJS Framework for XSplit plugins and Player.me's desktop application. Before those two large projects, he was involved in XSplit Gamecaster for quite a time since the initial launch before focusing on XSplit Broadcaster's plugins and its plugin store. He loved working in SplitmediaLabs, and still works part-time as a consultant with SplitmediaLabs focused on XBC plugins and their XJS Framework.
He currently works for a company that targets the financial industry, developing both Web apps and Mobile apps. He also used to work for a streaming startup called Pushfit.tv, being one of the pioneer developers, working on both the backend and frontend, particularly responsible for the channels, videos, and shopping features of that site. He since took a break from that project due to time constraints.
He loves learning new languages and the concepts that they bring along with them. But he usually falls back to the tech stack that he is very familiar with when working on production level projects to minimize the risks.
She used to work with Dan in Fujitsu Ten (now Denso Ten) before he left for SplitmediaLabs. After Fujitsu, she worked with a company that handled large banking solutions, and was at a time, the technical lead of two or more teams and projects simultaneously.
She's also great at Math, and is the actual engineer between the two (ie. she's a Computer Engineering graduate).
Edit: It turned out that she isn't as enthusiastic as Dan when it comes to blogging. So you would most likely only see Dan's blog posts in this site. And it's me writing this in a 3rd person POV like a weirdo.