Team

Learn more about our curiosities, things we like to build, and our favorite impact organizations

What Makes Us Tick?

Curiousity

Curiousity

Tinkering, playing, and creating are in our DNA. We came up as a company of experimenters and that consistent thread will never go away

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Craftsmanship

Craftsmanship

We love the art of building something. Whether it's a bot or a continent wide data platform, the journey is as rewarding as the result to us.

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Friendship

Friendship

We work with people we like. That's it. That's the core value.

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TJ Muehleman

Founder / Organizer Person
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TJ Muehleman

Founder / Organizer Person

3 Things I'm Curious About in 2021

  • How will COVID-19 vaccine data be tracked to rural parts of North America
  • What I should use my new Dutch Oven for (got any recipes? Drop me a line!)
  • E-bikes: are they worth it?

Something I'm Proud to Have Built

The retaining wall in my backyard. Those bricks were no joke. I also built this (the only digital thing I've ever built that my mom truly gets)

Favorite Impact Organization

Kula Project for 2 reasons. 1) They work in one of my favorite places (Rwanda) and 2) they teach economic empowerment through entrepreneurship which I think is a really novel and sustainable approach to eradicating poverty


Jonathan Nesbitt

Founder / Hot Sauce Maker
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Jonathan Nesbitt

Founder / Hot Sauce Maker

3 Things I'm Curious About in 2021

  • Will my kids go back to full time school in the Fall
  • Will Apple buy Bitcoin
  • Will Data as a Service become mainstream

Something I'm Proud to Have Built

My shed

Favorite Charitable Cause

Amigos for Christ, literally on the ground in Nicaragua, partnering with locals, to built up the economy and quality of life. I love the bottom up, on-the-ground strategy for improving the quality of life in Nicaragua. I’ve visited them before at their home base in Chinandega, and the folks I met were down to earth, positive, and genuinely good people. "We work shoulder-to-shoulder with Nicaraguan neighbors to bring clean water, healthcare, education, and economic opportunity to rural communities in need”

Scott Murphy

Senior Supply Chain Software Guru
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Scott Murphy

Senior Supply Chain Software Guru

3 Things I'm Curious About in 2021

  • What will COVID kill off? Offices? Movie theaters? Sports? Interested to see what doesn't "go back to normal" after COVID.
  • Will the Olympics happen this year?
  • How my wedding will go (yes, that's right, Scott is getting married. Send him presents!)

Something I'm Proud to Have Built

My woodworking projects: free standing bar, fish tank stand and floating bed w/ headboard attached nightstands

Favorite Charitable Cause

Project Healing Waters - This is a fly fishing charity that helps wounded veterans rehabilitate. My father helped run the Atlanta chapter and fly fishing has always been a part of my life, but also military service has always been something I admire and respect.

Matt Valdez

Senior Mobile and Backend and Everything Developer
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Matt Valdez

Senior Mobile and Backend and Everything Developer

3 Things I'm Curious About in 2021

  • How will social networks handle the dilemma of simultaneously allowing free speech, while battling misinformation that spreads on their platforms.
  • Will there be a war between all of the many streaming services for our attention? Realistically, there can only be 2-3, maybe 4 that survive. My money is on Disney+, Youtube TV, Prime Video, and the OG Netflix.
  • What sort of legislation will result after Congress grills a day trader about how he used memes to inflate a company's stock to the moon?

Something I'm Proud to Have Built

A rock climbing wall in my garage for my kids. They never use it, and still prefer to just climb all over the furniture in the house.

Favorite Charitable Cause

Habitat for Humanity. I think it's a brilliant way to allow people in need to buy their own home. Not only do the families get a stable environment to live and grow in, the home buyers also receive valuable financial education. Also, volunteering to be a builder can teach you valuable skills about construction and home improvement. I think that it is an organization that has huge positive impacts on communities around the globe, and those impacts are felt for generations.

Chris Fennell

The Javascript Whisperer
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Chris Fennell

The Javascript Whisperer

3 Things I'm Curious About in 2021

  • How do we go about tracking the individual strains of Covid-19?
  • How much are live stream concerts helping musicians during the pandemic versus live shows?
  • Will another Virtual World platform finally take the spotlight away from the Second Life platform?

Something I'm Proud to Have Built

A new AI virtual breedable pet on the Second Life platform

Favorite Charitable Cause

Wounded Warrior Project - I think I may have been a soldier in my past life. Ever since I was a child I've always connected with anything and everything involving the military. If I see a veteran in public, I always go out of my way to shake their hand and thank them for their service. Past or present, the men and women of the armed forces will always hold a special place in my heart.

Ulysses Maglana

If its a language, he knows it
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Ulysses Maglana

If its a language, he knows it

3 Things I'm Curious About in 2021

  • How will the covid-19 vaccine affect the anxiety we feel when we face other people
  • Which will flourish better in an urban community, ornamental gardens or edible gardens
  • How will children behave when they go back to school

Something I'm Proud to Have Built

I bought a new PC where I hand picked the parts. I also installed the OS and the software by myself

Favorite Charitable Cause

A charity that involves agriculture and local farmers is close to my heart since my father is farmer. I read about a charity that helped
poor farmers with their problem with water. They were taught permaculture. This provided them with a steady water supply for their crops
and drinking water. With the improved water supply they were able to have more options on what crops they can plant and also they now have a longer
planting season.

Gerald

Not a real person
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Gerald

Not a real person

Gerald isn't a real person. Back in 2017, we created a bot to track our weekly company stand-ups. Lacking a good name for this crucial fortune teller of who is doing what, we landed on 'Gerald'. Since then, he's taken on a life of his own in the bowels of Standard Co's technical library. So much that we decided to include him on our team page. Welcome aboard Gerald!

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