Viewbook is growing fiercely. A few years ago our core team was the four Swagerman brothers, but today we are ten people strong. If you have contacted support or followed our blogs, you may know a little about these guys already, but I’d like to give them a proper introduction. Each of them shines in his own way, and we’re extremely happy to have such skilled and independent thinking people aboard.
Bob Donderwinkel – developer
Bob has been with us from the beginning as a freelancer, and he joined us full-time as the coordinator of our development team last year. He is passionate about creating smoothly functioning feature rich products, and that is one of the many reasons why we love him. When he is not making Viewbook more awesome, Bob enjoys looking at and photographing urban architecture.
Jim Turbert – support & education
Jim is the only non-Dutch person who works for Viewbook. Most days he keeps himself busy answering your support requests, but he also gives workshops and does a bit of copywriting. We like him because of his sparkling personality, and also because his ability to help people borders on the supernatural. When not making your website related troubles go away, Jim is a photographer. You can see some of his work at his way outdated website jtfanclub.com
Joachim Nolten – developer
Joachim is an extremely thorough Ruby on Rails developer. He has a critical eye for systems design, and never jumps into a project without researching all of his options. Besides being a Ruby on Rails prodigy, he also seems to know everything about movies, science, and anything technical. He is also a joy to be around.
Bas Ben Zineb – developer