Tobbe TornkvistEnthusiastic Erlang user
Enthusiastic Erlang user since 1991. Former member of Ericsson CSLab, now working at Klarna. Creator of: trapexit.org. Long time contributor to the Jungerl open source library, with a special obsession to implement protocols in Erlang, such as: LDAP, Radius, DHCP, X11, SMB and more recently: OpenID.
Jia WangUncommon tester
Jia Wang began to like Erlang programming after the Programming Paradigms Course at Chalmers University. Then he finished his master thesis, test a telecom software with Erlang QuickCheck, at Ericsson. After that, he joined Klarna and works as a QA Engineer.
Tobias LindahlAnother Erlang enthusiast
Tobias started out his Erlang career by implementing floating point support in the HiPE compiler, and sort of got stuck in the HiPE group at Uppsala University. There he became the original developer of Dialyzer and TypEr. Nowadays, he tries to spend his time performing analysis on the Klarna code base, but usually ends up going to a lot of meetings. Occationally he actually writes some code.
David EvansAgile Services Director, SQS
SQSDavid is a software quality consultant and agile testing coach for consultancy firm SQS, based in London UK. During the summer of 2010 he has been working with Klarna to improve their quality and testing processes, and to help introduce acceptance-test-driven development (ATDD). He is a regular speaker at international quality conferences and is the author of several articles on the subject of agile testing.
Jordi ChacónSerendipitous Erlang user
KlarnaJordi Chacón finished his master in Computer Engineering in June 2009 at the Universitat Politecnica of Catalunya. A month later he moved to Stockholm, where he for the first time read the (at the time) weird words Erlang, Mnesia and Yaws in a Klarna AB job ad. He was so desperately looking for a job that he decided to join them anyway. That is how he was forced into the Erlang world, not knowing that he would end up loving it and developing all his projects in what he now calls "a great language".