Andrew comes to us from PlanITROi, where he was President. He spends his free time in the elegant confines of NJ Transit trains, and hanging with his kids and his wife Debbie. He likes working at Neverware because no two days are the same, and for the chance to do something different and useful. He graduated with a BA from Northwestern and a MBA from Columbia.
Nicholas comes to us from Floored, where he worked as a Software Developer. In his free time, he’s working. He likes working at Neverware for the working part. He graduated from University of Maryland College Park.
Brendon comes to us from Towers Watson, where he was an actuarial analyst focused on health care consulting for large organizations. He spends his free time playing ultimate frisbee, running and reading. He is the drummer for the Neverware band, Alan Turing and the Tapes. He likes working at Neverware because of the level of ownership every one has over their contributions. He graduated from Colgate University.
Hiyeran comes to us from MakerBot, where he was the Senior QA Manager. In his free time he loves to travel. When he’s not in another country, he’s usually playing basketball at a neighborhood park or watching a Knicks game. His favorite part of working at Neverware is being able to help students in New York have reliable computers to use -- born and raised in Queens, he sees the impact Neverware would have had in his school! He graduated from the City University of New York.
Peter comes to us from a background in IT consulting. In his free time, he works on over-ambitious construction projects and extreme international food tourism. He likes working at Neverware because of the amazing family of colleagues and the broad definition of what constitutes pants. He has won a number of awards, including Most Australian, Most Valuable Office Construction Worker, and Most Likely to be Involved in a Bizarre Accident. He graduated from Pomona College with a degree in studio art & political science.
Previous to Neverware, Jonathan was working to build the first Neverware server in his parent’s basement. In his free time, he spends time with his family, eats 7/11 hot dogs, and cat-sits for his co-workers. He likes working at Neverware because it provides an opportunity to make a real difference in the way people interact with their computers. He was an Intel ISEF Finalist, as well as the 86th coolest person in NYC Tech. He graduated with a Business degree from Wharton.
Geof comes to us from Siena Heights University, where he worked as a Help Desk Coordinator. In his free time, he is an active theatre-goer, patron of the arts, and fan of almost all sports. His favorite part of working at Neverware are the team members, who surprise him daily. He graduated from Siena Heights University.
Steve comes to us from ESU Space Lab, where he was team lead, focusing on Satellite Design and Task Prioritization. He spends his free time running, playing games on the video and mustering the bravery to read the second half of Finnegans Wake. He is the guitarist and sometimes vocalist for the Neverware band, AT and the Tapes. He likes working at Neverware because he can contribute to areas all over the code base, have a voice in design decisions, and have the opportunity to hide rubber chickens throughout the office. He is the many-time winner of Joke of the Week as well as best Rhythm Section with the Saucon Valley High School Jazz Band in 2003. He graduated from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Computer Science.
Jeff comes to us from General Dynamics C4 Systems, where he was a Software Engineer. New to New York, he likes to spend his free time with his wife and son, exploring all the great things the city has to offer. His favorite part of working at Neverware is being able to work with people who are passionate about the products and services we provide, and working with a strong team of flexible and skilled individuals. He graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Abram ‘Abe’ Morgan has rejoined Neverware, fresh from Imagine Easy solutions, ready to face down the hordes of friendly Neverware customers with a smile and a helping hand. He spends his free time conquering virtual worlds, running around real life New York, and playing French Horn for his luckless roommates. A fan of dance music, black coffee, and bad jokes, he’s gunning for a better showing in this year’s Iron Chef Competition.
Jesse used to manage projects at Accenture and MakerBot and now she manages projects here at Neverware. She’s originally from North Carolina but does not say y’all, likes biking to work and occasionally plays soccer. Her favorite part of Neverware is working with a talented team on a great product. She graduated from Appalachian State in 2006.
Michael comes to us from SUNYIT, where he worked as a Junior Systems Linux Administrator. In his free time, he likes playing Street Fighter, getting through his book backlog, and working on programming projects (@pobega on Github). He likes working at Neverware because it provides him with the ability to create his own work and improve the infrastructure of the products. He is the winner of the Ugliest Sweater at the Ugliest Sweater Party 2014.
Emily 'Ebone' Roiter graduated in 2012 with a degree in Economics and International Affairs. She taught in Vietnam for a year and now serves as Sales Operations at Neverware. Emily received the Neverware award for 'Most Impressive Rubber Chicken Array' which consisted of a record-breaking four rubber chickens. She has a dog that she brings to the office when Andrew is not around. Her hobbies include fish imprisonment and relaxing on the weekends.
Dave comes to us from MakerBot, where he was a Software Engineer. In his free time, he fences and does yoga once in a while. He is the guitarist for the Neverware band, Alan Turing and the Tapes. His favorite part of working at Neverware is getting to work with talented and motivated teammates who want to make a product great. He graduated from Union College in 2010.
Forrest comes to us from a false-start into academia. Prior to Neverware, he was at St. Timothy’s Childcare Center, wiping noses-and-butts. In his free time, he likes to play Swooop. His favorite part of working at Neverware is playing Swooop. He was this year’s runner-up in the Neverware Iron Chef Competition, with his signature Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip. He graduated with a BA from SUNY Geneseo and a MS from Syracuse.