Calloway Open Source Development


Jonathan Hensley

Jonathan Hensley

 @jhensley2  jhensley

Corey Oordt

Corey Oordt

Corey was a founding member of the Calloway project while at The Washington Times. He started developing software in 1979; learning BASIC and CP/M on Apple IIs. Software development was never considered a potential profession, but a way to create better tools to do other things. Eventually, his profession evolved into full-time development and infrastructure architecting.

 @coordt  coordt

Justin Quick

Justin Quick

 justquick

Rajit Sarkar

Rajit Sarkar

Jose Soares

Jose Soares

Jose was a core member of the Calloway project, started at The Washington Times. He began his career in early 2000s with initial experiences in proprietary software. After a period of metanoia, he re-focused his career on Free Software and Open Source Software.

 @jsoa  jsoa