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Just mishi, a random lady who loves things out of her reach.
I am John Johnston A Primary Teacher in Scotland. I currently teach primary 4-5-6-7 in Banton Primary, the Banton Biggies. From 1993 until 17th October 2008 a class teacher at Sandaig Primary in Glasgow. In 20th October 2008 I joined North Lanarkshire Council as an Educational ICT Development Officer where I was until 2016. From January 2014 till December 2015 I was on secondment to the Scottish Government to work on Glow as Product Owner mostly on Glow Blogs. I am continuing the role on a part time basis.
Kimberly Hirsh, PhD
Hey, I'm Pablo and I'm based in Sacramento. I work in IT in an educational setting. I really enjoy working with technology and improve technology use in education.
Hello! You’ve reached the personal Social Media website of Herbi Marquez
Web developer, designer, and guitar player with a passion for all things digital.
I'm a Californian early millennial, mom of 3. I love books, coffee, tech, and making things pink.
Burnley based, I run, ride online, climb rocks and mountains, and explore the world in our motorhome with my accomplice Vickie. Expect lots of talk about running, virtual cycling on my Wattbike Atom (NG) on Rouvy, Burnley FC, retrogaming and code. Accompanied by lots of cute photographs of our podenco oriented family.
💻 Software 🏕 Outdoors 🏠 Family 🏃♂️ Fitness
Half-baked polyglot, inquiring into every corner of the world.
A CPACC certified web developer passionate about web accessibility, design systems, and user experience.
A personal log on adventures in between the tech-art space
a web developer in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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Code / Tech Living a Random Life
"He's just zis guy, you know?"
Andrés Correa Casablanca
Hi! My name is Andrés Correa Casablanca (but please, call me Andreu).I’ve been developing software professionally for over 12 years, and I’m currently working as a Senior Software Engineer at NearForm, while occasionally contributing to some FLOSS projects.I love mathematics, science and engineering… but, more honestly: I basically love everything, and I struggle when I have to choose what spend my time on. I just have to prioritise somehow.
every day, something new to discover
I'm a dad and husband. I like playing music and shooting little photos and videos. I'm also a developer building things on the web. I can be found around the internet on Mastodon, Instagram and Github or in real life somewhere in South Carolina.
Developer and Team Lead located in Wiesbaden, Germany
A Digital Garden.
Ross A. Baker
Hi, I’m Matthias Ott, independent user experience designer and user interface engineer from Stuttgart, Germany. I teach interface prototyping at the Muthesius University of Fine Arts and Design and am @m_ott on Twitter. I am also a proud member of the IndieWeb community and curate the monthly newsletter Prototyping.news.
Александр Сидоренко"Это алхимия!" - говорю я, когда пишу код. Программист, усопший вождь, взломщик. Участвовал в хакатонах, соревнованиях по информационной безопасности и вел образовательный проект Blurred Education. Хочу сыграть ООО "Моя оборона" на всех струнных музыкальных инструментах (сейчас сыграл на шести) и разработать бомбический проект с командой Blurred Technologies.
"Это алхимия!" - говорю я, когда пишу код. Программист, усопший вождь, взломщик. Участвовал в хакатонах, соревнованиях по информационной безопасности и вел образовательный проект Blurred Education. Хочу сыграть ООО "Моя оборона" на всех струнных музыкальных инструментах (сейчас сыграл на шести) и разработать бомбический проект с командой Blurred Technologies.
I’m on the WordPress.com Special Projects Team at Automattic. When I’m not online, I prefer to be hiking, reading, or woodworking.
Este es mi sitio personal, escribo sobre frontend y experiencias para crear más valor a la comunidad web.
I’m a web developer doing non-profit work in juvenile justice, a tai chi teacher in-training, and a homeschool mom to a couple of wonderful children.
Personal Blog about anything - mostly programming, cooking and random thoughts
Written by Nick Lewis.
I’m a full-stack software engineer in Austin, Texas, and the author of the Ruby gems pg_search and with_model.
An alien from a different plane wandering the universe in a tiny camper
Member of Go Free Range software coop; Ruby developer; author of Mocha Ruby library; sailing & telemark skiing; former Antarctic winterer; proud Green Party member & Remainer.
Web developer, I like reading and explore the internet, so I have collected queit a few notes in my blog.
Backend distributed systems developer, living in southern Ontario, Canada. Occasional rock-climber, frequent video-gamer. Jack of no trades, master also of none.
Vegetarian, whovian, metaller. Likes cats, tea, videogames, books, art. Supports equal rights. She/Her.
Forever Pronouns: they/them, she/her Contact me with Email if wanted. I'm living in Denver, Colorado, USA. My honorific is Mx.
Pronouns: they/them, she/her
Hello! 🖖 My name is Andrea Vos. I'm a software developer and a queer activist from Europe.
every day, something new to discover
My name is Jesse Morgan. I am a Software Engineer at Amazon.com. I also backpack, sail, ski, and play with radios in the woods.
Hey, I'm Clara—a designer based in Berlin and tinkerer at heart.
I care a lot about accessibility, and often use screen readers and forced colors to deal with overstimulation. I’m a FLOSS enthusiast, software minimalist, and a CS+Math undergrad who likes watching anime and tweaking his Linux setup. Current interests include search engines, security, privacy, and the IndieWeb. My perspective on software freedom is a bit different from the FSF’s; I’ve been trying to distance myself from “fossbro” culture.
Me gusta mucho escribir letras y código, jugar, leer y ver películas y series. Me encanta descubrir nuevas tecnologías, aprender a usarlas y compartir mi conocimiento. Si no estoy tomando café frente a la computadora, me podrás encontrar paseando a mis perros en el parque.
Halsted M. Bernard
Eclectic ENFJ, sketcher, bioinformagician.
techie scum. enthusiasm enthusiast. æsthete.
A sound and web designer with a 25+ years of experience, I’m a liaison between creativity and logic.
LP Warner aka Cerulean
I’m a 20-something Brit named Laurence Warner, better known to the world as performing-artist Cerulean, and I write about The Arts & Tech.
Some thoughts in Russian. Сад непричёсанных мыслей на русском.
h card photo (Scissor Seven)
My lil h-card
Max Glenister is a Front-end Developer based in Oxfordshire. For work he spends his time designing, validating and implementing user interfaces. For fun he tinkers with Virtual Reality, 3D printing, embedded systems, game development and many other things.
🇨🇴 Autodidact. Sharing thoughts on Free software, online privacy, Football, Rock music, Philosophy, Classic novels and documenting life.
Web Designer, Developer & Digital Creative
A UX Designer striving to create meaningful digital experiences through User-Centred Design.
Space exploration writer ~ Contributing Editor for The Planetary Society ~ Moon evangelist ~ Blogging advocate
A place where you can get high quality tutorials, text based courses and tips related to Python, Django, DRF, Machine Learning and Computer Science
Arranging atoms and pressurising air in a variety of manners, such as: 🛠 building musical instruments 🎼 playing music with gurdy voice synths pure data ukulele dulcimer accordion blockflute 📖 singing shape note/sacred harp 🐧 watching wildlife 🔌 tinkering with electronics ⌨️ programming in python, occasionally js, previously php 🚀 building the indieweb ⚖ helping assess the Icelandic school system at Skólapúlsinn
Jesse J J Pelley
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Software engineer developing a better feature. My interests include photography, privacy, & open source software.
Botanist-hacker living in Fairbanks. Working on the floras of Borneo and Alaska.
Trained in linguistics. Unapologetically byelingual. Aspiring software/web dev. Into music, typography, photography, astronomy, wiki-binge, culinary arts, and fine arts. More of a thinker than an observer. Frequently sold on ingenious product design and hvisual design. A cosmopolitan, flâneur, and occasional recluse. A certified INTP-T 5w4 and socially unsophisticated boy. A utopian realist and imperfect perfectionist.
Northside Hospital baby proudly indoctrinated into the radical left at the University of Georgia in the Deep South where I received a Bachelor of Arts in English while minoring in Mass Communications as well as a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
Student at William & Mary studying geology and coding in his free time
I'm a front-end developer and an accessibility advocate. I love sharing what I know through my blog, teaching and speaking at conferences. If you want to learn more about what I do, look at all the awesome things I'm building to make people's lives better.
Luke M M
I make websites.
I believe strongly in the personal website as a potential signature high art.
"Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo."
A Seattle-based programmer/musician who makes games, comics, and bad decisions.
I'm a Generalist focused on the interplay of technology, design, strategy, and business.
My name is Ana Rodrigues and I'm a front end developer in London.
Actualmente trabajo para Backcountry.com como full snack developer y colaboro con el CETAV como coordinador de la carrera de Diseño y Desarrollo Web. Me gusta cocinar, leer y escuchar podcasts.
Thoughts and writings about Tech, Health, and Life
Outer Outer Space Hi I'm Sarah, this is a place for my ideas in the long now. Also on Twitter and Reddit.
practicing.design: my thoughts on design, productivity, and web development
Christopher "Chris" James Willcock, MIEEE
I’m a software developer from Graz, Austria, where I’m currently working for Netconomy Software & Consulting GmbH. While I started there as a Java developer working on hybris-based e-commerce solutions, after a couple of years I moved over to more frontendy grounds where I did projects with Sencha touch and ReactJS. Right now I’m working on our internal tools, services and frameworks 😃 Before that I studied Computer Science at the University of Klagenfurt. In my spare I help organising GoGraz (Go Usergroup Graz). Previously, I was the organiser of the local Python user-group in Graz, PyGraz. Outside of these two languages I’m also trying to get into Rust right now and enjoy getting to know new technologies and helping out in the opensource/free software community whenever I get the chance. Oh, and I really love attending conferences 😉
👋 I'm a software engineer from Sydney, Australia. I love solving complex issues through purposeful software. I also enjoy a good burger and g&t.
Ali Reza Hayati
Benji Encalada Mora
benji. not the dog.
I'm Lead PLM Systems & Software Engineer. I code stuff & design things. #Arts for art. Working on http://turrsu.com and https://pikseladam.com for fun. #webmentions on pikseladam.
I walk the dog.
I dabble in programming, administration, linux, gaming, historical european martial arts, reenactment, live action role play, e-mobility, carhacking, simpits and… parenting?
In constant beta mode. Currently learning to build web apps, create beutiful visualizations and analyze large datasets.
Enraged pedestrian. Flâneur. Hiker. Explorer. Web developer. Photographer. Daydreamer. Recluse. Road full of promise, head full of doubt. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
I'm a life-long nerd who's obsessed with more hobbies than I have time for. During the day I'm a professional product manager, and by night I'm a programmer, knitter, skier, cyclist, cook, guitarist(ish), and a dozen other things besides!
Father, Husband, Brand Identity Designer & Soldier
Software developer from Brisbane, Australia.
Chief Engineer at Cohr, food & beer enthusiast, éireannach atá ar deoraíocht 🇮🇪 🇪🇺, #indieweb-er [ work CC BY-SA 4.0 ]
Programmer, engineer, scientist, critic, gamer, dreamer, and kid-at-heart.
I'm a frontend developer & web standards enthusiastic.
I'm Colin Morris, aka Professor von Explaino. This site contains little web-widgets I've built over the years along with documenting some of my explorations of the steampunk genre.
A Seattle-based programmer/musician who makes games, comics, and bad decisions.
A coder who has been in Japan since 1987, and is CEO and co-owner of eSolia Inc, a bilingual IT management and support firm. Loves scripting, the terminal, photography, yoga, jogging.
Ahmad Al Maaz
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Mike M.Garcia - A Programmer,DBA
A blog about a hobby retro console programmer
Librariacafan. PhD student @ UNC SILS, mom, old millennial.
A twitter of inconsequent vitality
Hi, I am Max Westen, Father of 2 girls and a boy and husband of Sibel. I'm a tech enthousiast and was working as a softwaredeveloper before my brain damage due to a neuroborreliosis. Right now I'm interested in indieweb, php, node, genealogy, ukuleles and building them. You can find my Genealogy site at Westen Genealogy and the backstories at FamWesten.nl.
CEO (Manager & Producer) at Boffo Socko Entertainment; Publisher at Boffo Socko Books; President and Biomedical Engineer at Apsugen 1837 Harding Avenue Altadena, CA, 91001 United States
Hello Hi. I work on web standards and the indie web. I run trails at sunrise, practice yoga movement & philosophy, code & design my website, and write when I can. 💬 Contact 👏 Tip Founder at IndieWeb ← Member of IndieWeb Webring 🕸💍 → Founder at microformats.org Web Standards Lead at Mozilla CSS Working Group member at W3C BSCS & MSCS Stanford University
Has been helping people in Japan since 1987, CEO and co-owner of eSolia Inc, a bilingual IT management and support firm. Loves coding, photography, and staying active with jogging, cycling or yoga. Read more on the about page or visit him elsewhere: Github, LinkedIn, Flickr, Instagram, Youtube, Pinboard, or Twitter.
David Millar is a gay software engineer, puzzle author, taco enthusiast, and cat guardian in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.
An independent creative and software professional who lives in New England.
I live in beautiful Vogelhoek, cofounded eps & kaas and usually quite busy: trying to create an album (taking a while), writing a play (done!) and a book. I also fly around a lot with drones, hack on Drupal, Android, HTML 5, JS and Indieweb. Loving travel, art, books, music and Mpatshi
Hi, I am Matthew Cantelon Things I do: develop software, ride bikes, and drink pop. Twitter profile Github profile
Things I do: develop software, ride bikes, and drink pop.
Hi. I'm Romain Courteaud (firstname.lastname@example.org). I work at Nexedi. I write free softwares.
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I’m Chris Burnell /krɪs bɜːrˈnɛl/, a Canadian Front End Developer hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia now living in London, England. Right now I’m working for Squiz as a Lead Developer and perpetually rabbit-hole deep-diving. This is where I think, write, and share my passion for the web.
My name is gRegor Morrill, a.k.a. gRegorLove. I live in San Diego, enjoy tinkering on the web, and try to make people laugh. Yes, “Gregor is a weird name,” and I know gRegor is a weird capitalization.
I’m a Web developer, musician, community organizer, photographer, and occasional author living in Washington, DC. You can find me all over the Web, typically as “jgarber.” I use the pronouns he/him/his.
Marty McGuire is a web developer in New York, NY. He can also be found posting cat pictures, streaming and podcasting, performing improv comedy, and building IndieWeb things.
Hello, my name is Stephen Rushe and I drink tea, love cats, and provide sarcasm-as-a-service. I’m also responsible for Cricsheet, a project to provide ball-by-ball data for cricket.
Music lover, reader, tea drinker, film watcher, web dabbler. IndieWeb novice.
PhD candidate at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information. I research the Internet and society.
Like Lyft, but for Moomintroll
Freelance Developer. IndieWeb Meetup Seattle Organizer. Fountain Pen Enthusiast. Foolscap First Officer.
Hi, I'm Aaron Parecki, co-founder of IndieWebCamp. I maintain oauth.net, write and consult about OAuth, and am the editor of several W3C specfications. I record videos for local conferences and help run a podcast studio in Portland. I wrote 100 songs in 100 days! I've been tracking my location since 2008, and write down everything I eat and drink. I've spoken at conferences around the world about owning your data, OAuth, quantified self, and explained why R is a vowel. Read more.
We Have to Ask
This website is a digital archive for a podcast hosted by Marty and Jonathan. Seemingly unstuck from reality, everything about the show seems to change from episode to episode.