Sinisa has been around JomSocial since its beginning, but only joined the team in early 2011. Since then, he has been doing what he enjoys most: offering help and generously sharing his in-depth JomSocial and Joomla knowledge. For anyone struggling to set up or configure a site, Sinisa is the first stop. While he’s away from the keyboard, he annoys his neighbors by playing loud music and misplaces weekends with nightlife and parties.
Paul has over 25 years’ experience in operations management and support, including 10 years working directly with web services. He thrives on challenging situations and won’t stop until everyone is happy. When Paul isn’t working he is normally found in front of his computer still working. Either way, if you have a problem Paul will be there to sort it out for you and he'll do it with the biggest smile you've ever seen.
Harry is JomSocial’s UX and Front-End Engineer. His tasks have included user research, user testing, wireframes, interaction, and visual design. He also takes some pretty amazing photos, can strum a guitar, and makes mouthwatering Asian food.
Dimas has been a software developer at JomSocial since August 2010. He has a degree in Computer Engineering Networking from CISCO Academy, but finds his comfort in creating Web apps and programming OpenSource. When he can be dragged away from his computer, he’s likely to be kicking a ball or sitting in nature.
Developer & Support
Sociologist, so no wonder that he's working on Internet societies development with JomSocial. Like problems, especially those I can solve :) They are like riddles and playing with them all day long he sometimes wonders when how much time it takes him to start talking to people with riddles. Loves to spend free time on the bosom of mother nature, swimming in river channels, traversing the swamps just to rest in his sweet home afterwards. Reading books, listening to the music and watching films gives him pleasure too. On occasion he wears a uniform and clashes in the I and the II World War battles reenactments. That's real historical fun!