Founder & CEO, iJoomla.com
Merav is a pioneer in the Joomla world. She founded iJoomla.com back in 2005 and has released some of the most successful commercial Joomla extensions in the world. Merav specializes in creating complex applications that are powerful, but easy-to-use. Her goal for JomSocial is to improve the communication between customers and developers and JomSocial, and to take the design, features, and customer satisfaction to the next level. When she’s not wrapped in a CMS, she likes to watch Indie movies and go to the gym.
Bryan has 20 years of experience in software engineering resulting from diverse SQA & development roles at companies such as Apple Computer, Macromedia, Yahoo, Experian,and several smaller private companies. He will be contributing strategic guidance to the development team, encouraging technical excellence, and leading the effort to instill robust quality processes throughout the software development lifecycle.
During those rare moments when he's not working, he enjoys time with his family, fitness, tropical destinations, digital photography & video production, writing & recording music in his home studio, exotic cars, and has a notable fascination with high-rise buildings around the world.
Lead Support & Project Manager
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.
Neil studied Information Technology at Multimedia University where he majored in data communication. He’s been working for JomSocial since December 2010, indulging a massive interest in programming with OpenSource. He’s a keen soccer player and the kind of guy you’d pick first for your Halo team..
Taufik started developing for the Web from a young age and is currently completing his Database Administration course at Wawasan Open University, Malaysia. He has both front-end and back-end experience yet still suffers from Multiple Text Editor Disorder. His codes are all orderly and commented, but we make no guarantee about the rest.
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.
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.
Hung graduated from Ho Chi Minh’s University of Technology with a degree in computer science and started working with Joomla in 2009, creating a small project with his friends. He liked it so much, he shifted from networking and telecoms to focus exclusively on Joomla. He joined JomSocial in 2010 and provides customer support. Hung is a keen sportsman, likes researching new technologies, and is a master of hide-and-seek which he plays with his kids.
Eric has been active with Joomla since 2010 and joined JomSocial in January 2012 where his patience teaching English has proved invaluable for customer service. He’s a keen cook and, as a science fiction fan, is easily distracted by lasers.
Chris is JomSocial’s Technical Support Specialist and has been helping clients since February 2012. When he's not debugging issues, he headbangs to heavy metal, plays pen-and-paper role-playing games, and does everything you’d expect of a fantasy nerd.
Justin is responsible for JomSocial’s Customer Support. He joined the site in January 2012 and uses his communication skills, caffeine, and lightning-fast fingers to weave through mountains of tickets, leaving nothing but smiles and customer relief. He sees himself as the bridge that connects customers and developers. When not at his desk, he’s usually on his Xbox 360 or at a chess board. Either way, he’ll be drinking coffee.