My name is Ander García, I am a physicist working as a researcher on material physics and located near Bilbao, in the Basque Country (Spain). I am not very interested in social networks, but you can follow me on twitter at @AnderGda.
I’m the Macintosh software developer behind St. Clair Software. I do everything from software design and development to tech support to marketing, and as such, have a pretty broad set of workflows on my Mac. My focus is getting things done efficiently, and looking at my menu bar, that’s what everything is there for.
I’ve come to Mac development from a previous life as a journalist at the BBC and the Guardian. I did a lot of coding in newsrooms, building interactive stories and analysing data. I moved sideways into indie development for the Mac as I had to scratch an itch and build something different. Day to day I now work on Aura, an e-mail assistant for macOS – naturally it’s a menu bar Mac app.
My name is Alex(ey) Chernikov, I’m a 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.
I am currently serving as a Pastor of Pastoral Care at Saddleback Church in Southern California. I also am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and have a small private practice. In addition to that I do screencasts both personally on my YouTube Channel, my website, and with ScreenCastsOnline. I have been a Mac hobbyist since I was a teen, when my dad brought home our first Apple computer an Apple II.
I’m 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. My full-time jobs involve content development and management of websites and social media sites for non-profit organizations.