Nathan is the founder of Red Planet Labs. Prior to RPL, he led engineering for BackType which was acquired by Twitter in 2011. Nathan created the Apache Storm project and wrote the book Big Data: Principles and best practices of scalable realtime data systems. Outside of working, Nathan is a private pilot, loves going to stand-up comedy shows, and is forever trying to teach his dog new tricks.
Bryan is a founding engineer at Red Planet Labs. Bryan previously led engineering at StreamSets as VP of Engineering, and led the Data Platform team at Square. He was the PMC Chair of Apache Thrift and made significant contributions to Apache HBase. In his free time, Bryan is an amateur woodworker, machinist, and welder. He also enjoys playing board games that have too many pieces.
Hugo is a founding engineer at Red Planet Labs. Hugo previously was a founding engineer at the telemedicine startup Dialogue, and prior to that in startups spanning the marine, finance, and arts worlds. He also created the open source Pallet infrastructure automation project. When not playing soccer coach for his kids, Hugo enjoys MMA and cross country skiing.
Bruce is a founding engineer at Red Planet Labs. Bruce is known for creating many popular open source tools for Clojure and ClojureScript, and evangelizing hot code reloading for front-end development. He is also a fan of minimalism and is known for living in a small geodesic dome of his own design.
Aaron is a founding engineer at Red Planet Labs. Aaron has led engineering efforts at several successful startups including Bazaarvoice, Webify Solutions, and Curbside. He has deep experience developing web-scale product lines and distributed systems serving large consumer bases. He is a frequent open-source contributor and the creator of thurber, an open-source SDK for high-volume data processing. Aaron is the happy father of two young kids who are very good at distracting him from his once-avocational forays into writing & filmmaking.
Daniel is a founding engineer at Red Planet Labs. He cares about creating opportunity for others through technology. He is best known for Clojure for the Brave and True, a book that has helped thousands learn Clojure. Daniel’s also an enthusiastic photographer who loves doing creative things with creative people.
Biubiu is the CFO of Red Planet Labs (Chief Food Officer). Biubiu applies his eating, sleeping, and cuddling expertise towards building highly scalable systems from the ground up. Prior to RPL, Biubiu founded the political advocacy organization "More Treats Now!", but he was convinced to stop his advocacy for a single dog biscuit. He's upset that computer bugs aren't edible.