Andreas Jakl is a Nokia Certified Trainer, frequently speaking at developer events, webinars and university lectures. Additionally, he
is an experienced independent software developer with a special focus on Near Field Communication (NFC).
Bernhard Aufreiter is a student developer from Ansfelden whose primary platform of expertise in the Series 40 – Java ME applications. In his
spare time, he organizes developer meet-ups and assists new developers with their technical questions posted on the Nokia
Thomas Perl is a student developer from Vienna with expertise in HTML5 and Python. He is fluent in German and English.
Domagoj Pavlesic is a software developer from Zagreb experienced in Windows Phone, Windows RT and web development. He is also a Microsoft
Most Valuable Professional (MVP) who enjoys public speaking, organizing developer events and writing technical.
Frank Fitzek is an IT Professor who resides in Aalborg whose primary platform of expertise in the Series 40 – Java ME applications and
device-to-device communication. He is fluent in German, Italian and, English.
Arto Holopainen is a mobile developer from Kuopio who develops on Windows Phone and Series40 Platforms. He is versed in Finnish, Swedish
Juha Ristolainen is a mobile software developer from Tampere with years of experience in all major mobile platforms. In recent years, he has
been working with Windows Phone 7 and lately also with Windows 8. He writes wiki articles on technical topics as well as organizes
developer events such as the Tampere Windows Phone Developer Group. Additionally, he is multilingual in English, Finnish,
Swedish, a bit of German.
Kiran Patel is a software developer from Helsinki who resides in and has a broad knowledge in using Windows Phone and Series 40 applications.
He is also a Nokia Developer DiBo and Wiki administrator.
Michael Samarin is a Nokia Certified Trainer and Software Developer from Helsinki with technical expertise in Windows Phone, Java ME and
UI Design. He blogs, writes articles, and contributes to technical discussion on various social media channels.
Neil R.Bhasme is a Nokia Developer Community Moderator and Software Engineer from Tornio with technical expertise in Series 40 applications
and Windows Phone. Neil frequently speaks on technical subjects and organizes developer events. He is multilingual in English,
Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Finnish (Basic) and Gujarati (Basic).
Pasi Manninen is a mobile developer and senior lecturer from Jyväskylä with expertise in Windows Phone development platform. He is also
an Adobe Certified Expert and instructor who frequently blogs and writes articles on web development technical subjects.
Petri Backstrom is a mobile developer based in Espoo with technical expertise in HTML5 and Windows Phone. He is also a current Microsoft
Most Value Professional who provides technical support on Windows Phone development.
Teemu Tapanila thinks that cloud, mobile applications and great services will change the world. Loves developing, mentoring, training and
speaking. Fluent in English and Finnish.
Tero Paananen is a software specialist at Digia. He has expertise in Windows Phone, HTML5 and Open Source projects and is fluent in Finnish
Tommi Laukkanen is a software developer from Lempäälä who is competent in various technical areas including HTML5, Open source projects and
fluent in Finnish and English.
Tony Torp is a mobile developer proficient in Windows Phone and Java ME development platforms. In his spare time, he engages in public
speaking and social media. He is fluent in Finnish, Swedish and English.
Alban-Marie Limonetis a software Engineer from Lyon with expertise in Window Phone and Silverlight development platform. He is fluent in French
Benjamin Baldacci is a .net consultant based in Paris. His primary platforms of development are Windows Phone and Windows 8. He enjoys blogging,
public speaking and social media interactions.
Christopher Maneu is a software and UX engineer from Paris with expertise in Windows Phone and HTML5. He is also a Microsoft Most Valuable
Profession (MVP) and provides support to other developers as needed.
Julie Grienenberger is an IT professional from Fegersheim experienced in the use of HTML, Windows Phone and UX Design. He enjoys blogging, public
speaking, and social media.
Julien Corioland is a software developer in Paris. He develops on Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Windows Azure. Julien likes to share his passion
for software development so he animates some technical conferences and trainings. You can read his blog (in French) at www.juliencorioland.net. He is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
Kevin Gosse is a software engineer from Paris, enjoying Windows Phone development and providing support to fellow developers through
his blog and social networks.
Maxime Millet is a freelance mobile developer, creating both applications and games for the Windows Phone platform since 2010. He is fluent
in English and French.
Rudy Huyn is a current Microsoft Most Valuable Profession (MVP) and Windows Phone advocate. He speaks French and English.
Verdavaine Yan is a software developer from Rennes. His principal skills are C++, C#, Object-oriented programming, 2D/3D GUI and image
processing(Physical Optronic Ray tracing, Plenoptic, HEVC, etc.). In his spare time, he writes wiki articles, partakes in
board discussions and develops mobile applications for windows phone and other platforms. He is also Moderator and Informatics
book reviewer on the French developer community developpez.com.
Alexander Traud is a mobile developer from Darmstadt versed in Java ME development platform. He organizes meet-up events and engages in online
technical discussion board topics. He is bilingual in German and English.
Dirk Nordhusen is a professional engineer who develops mobile games in his spare time. He has supported the Windows Phone platform from
day one, and has released almost a dozen games in the Windows Phone store. Dirk is a moderator in a German XNA board. If you
have questions about XNA, MonoGame, or game development in general, he might be the right person to ask.
Gordon Breuer is a software engineer for mobile applications from Frankfurt with over 10 years of experience. He is an active member of
the .NET community and speaker for events and individual training. As author of the blog anheledir.NET, writer for various magazines, and creator of the Windows Phone-Roadshow CSI:WP, he is always in the lively exchange of knowledge
with other developers all around the world.
Holger Wendel is a software developer, UX/UI Specialist and Certified Scrum Master. He has been a mobile developer since the days of WML-SW
over HTML to actual and native platforms and loves gadgets. So it’s no surprise that he has been a Windows Phone developer
since the beginning. He enjoys community work, public speaking and programming in C#, HTML5 and many more. His homebase is
near Cologne, and he is bilingual in German and English.
Matthias Fischer is a Nokia Developer Certified Trainer, a .NET consultant and a textbook writer living in Rathenow. For nearly 10 years he
has been the co-organizer of the .NET user group in Berlin as well as a registered INETA .NET user group speaker. He’s an
experienced software developer and architect for mobile and web solutions. In the last few years he has focused on WPF, Windows
Paul Houghton is a Paul Houghton is a Nokia Certified Trainer and experienced mobile developer in Helsinki with experience in mobile Java
and Windows Phone development. Paul travels frequently as an invited conference speaker and trainer covering technical performance,
mobile business and UX from a developer perspective.
Rene Schulte is an internationally recognized, independent expert and was honored for his community work with the Microsoft MVP Award
and as Nokia Developer Champion. He blogs about many topics of Windows Phone, Silverlight, .NET and Windows development in
general and writes articles.
Shai Ifrach lovse Nokia phones and has had about 30-40 of them over the years.
He has a B.Sc in computer science from Ben-gurion University, and lives in Israel. He has worked in several start-ups and
tech companies over the years and currently owns his company called Future soft where he develops games and apps for various
platforms including Nokia S40 and WP.
Alessandro La Rosa is a mobile app developer from Rome with expertise in Java, Near Field Communication (NFC), Location Based Services (LBS)
and Social Networking Apps. He writes wiki articles, blogs and organizes developer events. In addition, he is fluent in Italian
Alessandro Pace is a mobile app developer from Florence with experience in HTML5, FlashLite and Web Applications. He is very active on several
social media platforms and has reached 6 Million downloads for content on Nokia devices from the Nokia Store.
Andrea Grandi lives in Pistoia (Italy). He is a programmer in particular very interested in C++, .Net, C#, Linux, Qt, and opensource. He
has been working for some years as computer programmer, then decided to begin university, and currently is attending at Università
degli studi di Firenze to get the Computer Science degree. He spends a lot of his time hacking mobile devices and writing
Marco Dal Pino is a freelance consultant working on mobile and embedded devices. He is experienced in .NET technologies, Windows Phone and
Windows 8 app development and often speaks at technology events about those technologies. He also has a lot of experience
as a trainer.
Matteo Pagani is a mobile developer and Software Engineer based in Milan. He specializes on both Windows Phone and Windows 8 development.
In his spare time, he blogs and speaks at various developer events. He is also bilingual in Italian and English.
Michele Locuratolo is a mobile applications developer and current Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) from Milan with extensive years
of experience in Windows Phone and Web Applications. In his spare time, he blogs, organizes developer meet-ups, and speaks
at developer events.
Sebastiano Galazzo is a mobile developer from Milan whose technical expertise range from Windows Phone to Near Field Communications development.
He organizes meetups and writes wiki articles.
Gergely Csúcs is a software engineer from Oslo with expertise in Symbian C++, Java and Adobe Flex. His main fields are device-to-device
communication and imaging. He is fluent in Hungarian and English. He is a Nokia Developer Discussion Board moderator.
Michal Tomaszewski is a lecturer in the department of Programming Methods at the Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technology. His mobile
development journey started in 1999 with palmtop programming projects. Since then, he has participated in many commercial
and educational projects, involving programming on mobile platforms using C++, Java 2 Micro Edition, C#, J2ME, Qt, and Windows
Phone. He also solved various problems involving camera calibration and essential matrix estimation. Today his knowledge is
used in Mobile Device Networks specialization lectures at PJIIT and B.Sc. thesis supervision.
Joao Cardoso is a Research and Development Manager from Lisbon, with special focus on both desktop and web solutions. His primary development
interests are Windows Phone and Imaging due to his photography hobby, productivity and management tools in relation to his
work. He is fluent in Portuguese and English.
Catalin Gheorghiu is a Solution Architect from Romania and current Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP). He has a vast experience in
mobile solutions using Microsoft platforms, especially targeting the industrial market. He recently become very interested
in Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 platforms and their huge potential. Besides organizing tech events as user group leader and
blogging, he is a regular speaker at conferences in his country and abroad.
Loloiu Cristian is a mobile developer from Ploiesti, Romania, specialized in developing apps for Symbian, MeeGo, Asha and Windows Phone devices.
He has great experience with Qt/QML, Java, .NET and web apps. His first developed app was Fillr (http://app.lk/fillrgame),
available today for Symbian, MeeGo, Asha, Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 devices.
Matei Mihail-Dan is a web developer from Bucharest with experience in Web Apps and FlashLite. In addition, is participates in technical topic
on the Nokia discussion board and is fluent in Romanian and English.
Oana Csertus is a software engineer and entrepreneur, passionate about the web and everything mobile. She co-founded Cobalt Sign, a mobile
development company from Timisoara, in autumn 2011 and her specialties are Windows Phone and Windows 8 development, with many
award winning and featured apps, such as 1tap2send (an app to quickly send templated messages) and Tea Timer, a stylish tea
timer app for tea lovers. She is actively involved in speaking at meet-ups, organizing hackathons, delivering hand-on labs
for both students and professionals and she is a CoderDojo mentor in her hometown of Timisoara - an initiative to teach young
children coding basics.
Anton Mihailov is a Software Engineer from Ryazan with expertise in Symbian C++ and Qt/QML App Development and various areas including Location
Based Services (LBS), communication with web services, Widgets for Symbian. He is the administrator of ‘Nokia Developer Russia’
group and an active member on the Nokia discussion board.
Sergey Urusov is a graduate of Moscow State Technical University “Stankin” is a leader of the Moscow Windows Phone developer community. He also keeps a blog about the technology of application development. For the past few years, his main work has been the development of WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone applications. MCTS:
Silverlight 4, Development. At the present time, his main work in app development is a development for mobile devices.
Slava Chernikoff is the head of Geeky Friends and Corp company, Voronezh City. He has always loved Nokia devices and started developing for
them with Qt/Maemo. Later he became a Qt Certified Specialist and Qt Ambassador member. Their first product, Geeky Avatar,
got 1st place in a Russian Qt Contest and 2nd place in the Qt-Apps.org contest. He likes hackathons and meet-ups, so he started
Voronezh Mobile Community (VrnMob.com) with colleagues. His current platform of choice is Windows Phone.
Josué Yeray Julián Ferreiro is a front-end developer from Bilbao with expertise in Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Silverlight development.
Rafa Serna Medina has worked with Microsoft technologies for over 10 years. A mobile development enthusiast, first with Windows Mobile and
now Windows Phone, he has written several books in Spanish on developing for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. In his spare time
he writes in his blog and publishes a podcast on Windows Phone development, WP Controla.
Mario Boikov is an IT consultant from Helsingborg with expertise in Qt, Linux and also have some basic skills with Windows Phone. He likes
to organize developer events and speaking at seminars. He speaks Swedish and English.
Roland Michelberger is a software developer from Zurich with expertise in Windows Phone development. He fluent in German, Hungarian and English.
Eric de Vries is a Software Developer from the city of Zutphen experienced in Java ME and Location Based Services (LBS). He is fluent in
Dutch, Italian and English.
Viktor Csala is a mobile application developer from Budapest with experience in Windows Phone and Web Applications. He writes technical
articles and organizes developer meet-ups.
Daron Yondem is a current Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and software engineer from Istanbul experience in Windows Phone and
Silverlight development. He is multilingual in Turkish, German, French, Armenian, and English.
Engin Polat is a current Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and software engineer from Istanbul with technical experience in
Windows Phone and Windows Store development. He likes to write blog posts, organize developer events, and speak at seminars.
Nagihan Sema Kudu is a Software Engineer from Istanbul with experience in .Net and Silverlight and a mobile applications developer with experience
in Windows Phone. He also has experience with location-based applications, maps, XNA games, camera, and image processing applications
and UI, UX Design. He was Microsoft Student Partner in 2011-2012 at university. He enjoys blogging and engaging in social
media. He has technical articles, webinars and education videos about Windows Phone on his blog.
Andy Wigley is a Developer Consultant and a current Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) with technical expertise in Windows Phone,
Silverlight and XAML.
Andrew Flegg is an IT consultant from West Midlands with expertise in HTML5 and Qt. He is a Qt Ambassador who blogs and writes wiki articles.