Team updates

by Twitter Counter, posted 4 years ago
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In the last couple of months Twittercounter grew from a one-and-a-half-person company to a four headed staff. We want to introduce you the newest additions to our team:

@pabloroman

Pablo is the latest addition to our team of developers. He moved from the sunny south of Spain to Amsterdam and he will take care of all the design stuff at Twittercounter.com, but he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty creating new features or even making some occasional improvements to our version control system. ;)

@samwierema

Sam joined Twittercounter in December 2009 as a developer. At Twittercounter he is responsible for keeping the site running, optimizing site speed and maintaining performance. He is also helping to create new features, like geotargeting for Featured Users and much more.

@mmeester

Maurits started as an intern at The Next Web, organizing The Next Web Conference. During his internship he helped Twittercounter out by developing several features that are still in use today (for example the oAuth login, the follow button and the Remote). Now Maurits is working on website optimization, testing several concepts to increase the growth of Twittercounter.

We’re looking for developers

We’re still looking for new developers to join our team at Twittercounter. Are you a PHP guru with a passion for coding and interested in joining our team, send us an email.

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