Paul Cezanne is the founder of Long Point Labs. Paul has worked as a software engineer for companies as large as Eastman Kodak, and for others so small even he had never heard of them before they hired him. He has a degree in Computer Science and Engineering from MIT and is the Chief Architect of the Long Point Labs products. You can read his iOS blog at http://NotThePainter.com.
Andrew Taylor, the founder of MacSpeech, is a successful entrepreneur who brought that company through hard times to a successful acquisition by Nuance Communications. Today he advises startups on how to overcome the perils of starting a business and solving problems before they become a problem. He is currently helping Long Point Labs with its business plan and fund raising efforts.
Andrew Tron has been designing and building software for more than twenty years, and is equally comfortable creating and maintaining n-tiered, web-based applications and low-level software embedded in devices. He can work in either Java or C++, and often seems to be doing both at the same time, while talking with colleagues in three languages. Andrew is concentrating on server-side technology for Long Point Labs.
Andrew Fortier is a journalist and newspaper editor who came into software development through the QA hatch. He has written technical documentation, training manuals, and user guides for a number of firms across Canada and the United States. He does the wordsmithing and text wrangling for Long Point Labs.
Todd Tevlin is the graphics wizard who helps our products jump off the screen and surround you. He is a graphic designer, mixed-media digital artist, photographer, and stay-at-home dad. His works have been shown in galleries across the US and on the Internet (where he also authors a webcomic).