Jamie is a .NET Developer with 11 years of commercial experience of building applications. He has worked in:
He started tinkering with computers when he was 6 years old - he has written about this experience over at the Waffling Taylors. He has been building applications, games, and websites ever since. He likes to experiment with technologies at the bleeding edge - something he showed off when he gave talks on Blazor during it's public preview.
A life long learner, he has tried his hand at C# (his language of choice), low level C, Python, Node, and TypeScript. He plays bass guitar, and speaks Japanese.
Jamie leads the software development and consultancy arm of RJJ.
Mark is an audio engineer and podcast editor who works on a number of podcasts:
He has a wealth of experience in producing and hosting podcasts since November 2017, and has been involved in every aspect of producing Waffling Taylors since it's inception. He has also consulted on editing notes for the award winning Arcade Attack podcast.
Mark has varied experience in many different industries outside of podcasting, which gives him a large amount of background knowledge on many of the so called “hidden” aspects of modern society - i.e. post operative practices, etc.
Mark is known for his adaptability, being able to pick up new projects very quickly, and for producing incredibly high quality work in very little time.
Mark is in charge of the audio production arm of RJJ, and is available for consulting on your projects.