Matthias Gansrigler is the founder and developer of Eternal Storms Software, responsible for the Mac and iOS apps Yoink, ScreenFloat, Transloader, flickery, Glimpses, SiriMote and more.
Jon Gotow is the Macintosh software developer behind St. Clair Software. He does everything from software design and development to tech support to marketing, and as such, has a pretty broad set of workflows on his Mac.
Kit Cross came to Mac development from a previous life as a journalist at the BBC and the Guardian. He did a lot of coding in newsrooms, building interactive stories and analysing data. He moved sideways into indie development for the Mac as he had to scratch an itch and build something different.
Alex(ey) Chernikov is the co-founder of Twopeople Software: “You may have gotten the hint in the company’s name right, we’re a two-person company. We’ve been making simple, yet useful (with an avg rating of 4.6+ across all stores), educational and lifestyle macOS and iOS apps for 4 years.”
Todd Olthoff does screencasts both personally on his YouTube Channel, his website, and with ScreenCastsOnline. He has been a Mac hobbyist since he was a teen, when his dad brought home their first Apple computer an Apple II.
Jeroen Disch is a Design Lead at GRRR, an Amsterdam based digital design agency. And he’s the writer of Halfvet a bi-weekly newsletter about branding, ui/ux and typography.
Bakari Chavanu is the creator of the blog and YouTube channel, MacAutomationTips, which focuses on Mac automation applications, tips, and how-tos about using applications like Keyboard Maestro, BetterTouchTool, and Hazel.
Roland Leth is a full-stack developer and blogger about personal and software development.
Mike Hostetler is a technologist and entrepreneur who currently works running technology for Cars.com.