- 1 FOG Project Leads (Creators and Developers too)
- 2 Community Managers
- 3 FOG Developers
- 4 Notorious Beta Testers
FOG Project Leads (Creators and Developers too)
Chuck Syperski is the lead developer for FOG computer imaging solution. He is a software developer and network integration specialist for a public school district outside of Chicago, IL. Chuck Syperski has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Illinois and is half way done with his master's degree :). He specializes in Java, jsp, jsf, objective C, C, C++, C#, perl and php. You can contact Chuck Syperski directly via sourceforge as the following link:
Chuck Syperski releases other software titles through his company CWS Software LLC
His username on the forums is Jaymes Driver.
Tom Elliott is the Senior Developer for FOG computer imaging solution. He is a technical support specialist for Burlington School District in Burlington, VT. Tom Elliott has a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) Information Systems Security from the University of Phoenix. Currently looking at Master's programs. He also served 8 years active duty service with the United States Army as a Signal Support Systems Specialist. You can contact him directly via email at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or on the FOG Forums.
His username on the FOG forums is Tom Elliott
Greg Grammon a PC Support Technician for Fort Hays State University in Hays, KS. Greg Grammon has a Bachelor of Science in Information Networking and Telecommunications from Fort Hays State University.
His username on the FOG forums is Junkhacker.
Joseph Schmitt is currently working towards a degree in Computer Engineering. The majority of his work is with the FOG Service. You can contact him directly via email at email@example.com or on the forums.
His username on the FOG forums is Jbob
Travis works for a public school district as a computer support specialist. Most of his contributions to the FOG project are related to feature integration and coding on the web UI.
Notorious Beta Testers