After graduating as a Electronics and communication engineer in 2011, Vaishnavi started her career as a software developer and then moved on to becoming a software designer. It was during this time that she discovered her flair for creating things. After working in different facets of IT life cycle, she realised that her real passion is in creating things that solve problems and her aspirations to become a solutions architect. She is a Software Designer with domain experience in developing bespoke solutions. These include workforce management, electronic security and access control systems. Typical assignments included the entire SDLC from requirements to design, working with development through to testing.
From a young age, Marcus has had an interest in how everything works. Naturally, he stumbled upon this art we called programming and dabbled in a bunch of languages.
Recently, he graduated from Enspiral Dev Academy with Node.js being his specialty. He likes to create small silly apps for his own amusement but couldn’t say no to the allure of working with open data and APIs.
He also has a tendency to hoard API keys and is actually working on a side project to store them since his collection is spiralling out of control.
Peter believes in people. He works to help create a world where people are strongly connected to themselves, the people around them, the systems they work in and this wonderful world we all live in. He loves co-creating useful and beautiful things and experiences.
Gabrielle graduated from Enspiral Dev Academy, where she learnt to code, but most importantly, that she wants to achieve meaningful things with her 90000 working hours.She’s contracted for a plethora of organisations, from accountants to anti-bullying organisations This breadth of experience has given her a vast array of both technical and communicative skills that she is excited to bring to the public sector. She believes everyone has the right to fulfilling, joyful lives. She is passionate about circus, dance and music!