Nicholas Wagon

Nicholas Wagon

I stopped work on my Masters degree at La Trobe University in 1996 and joined a small group at Tabcorp working on a new web site for live horse racing odds and results. I got my first taste of Java writing the backend information distribution server. We used it for future web site designs, Teletext display systems and it also allowed other 3rd party systems to get access to the information for IVR systems and such.
In 1998 I jumped aboard the dot-com train and joined Sausage Software working on JECS, the server side of Business in a Box (BiB) an eCommerce product for small businesses. Sausage was taken over by SMS and BiB was decommisioned, I guess they thought web based eCommerce would never take off! I moved to the Sausage R&D team, Chaos Labs, for a few more months of fun.
In late 2000 I moved from Melbourne to Adelaide and my new job at Tonic Systems allowed me work from home - sweet! We were working on an intranet site for a large pharma company. Tonic had some cash flow issues a few years later so I had to move on. Who knew Google would eventually acquire them!
In 2002 I joined JCT and over the next 8 years I worked on many software projects for the nurse call system. Being a small company it was hard not to get involved in many other interesting projects including electronics design, prototyping, manufacturing, order processing, parts assembly, plastic parts design, overseas manufacturing and supply.
I joined Lockbox in 2010 and started working on products to help secure the cloud.
Simon Ludborzs

Simon Ludborzs

Simon seems to be under construction but you can read his blog here.
Dennis Long

Dennis Long

Dennis seems to be under construction but you can view some of his photos here.