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ian@openlightgroup.net

Ian Lackey  (founding member)

Ian Lackey worked as a System Engineer for a local ISP from 1999 until 2002.
At that time, he began developing web applications using ASP and migrated to ASP.Net shortly before the 2.0 release.  Ian now works as a .Net developer for Washington University’s School of Medicine – Pediatrics Department (
http://peds.wustl.edu). He also runs a small business, DigitalSnap Inc. (http://www.digitalsnap.net) , that provides mainly DotNetNuke solutions to individuals and organizations as well as Windows Phone applications.

Ian currently lives in a small town in Illinois, just East of St. Louis, with his wife Julie (http://www.calljulie.info) and two daughters, Britney and Brooklynn.

 

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Ohloh profile for Michael Washington

Michael Washington (founding member) 

Michael is a Microsoft Silverlight MVP and works for the Los Angeles County Office of Education in Los Angeles, CA. He is proficient in C# and Visual Basic. He is also the author of numerous DotNetNuke articles and Tutorials.

He has a son, Zachary and resides in Los Angeles with his wife Valerie.

 

 

Richard Waddell

Richard Waddell started programming for hire mostly in COBOL. Fortunately the release of Windows 3.0 and a competitive Borland compiler upgrade soon prompted him to learn C++, get into Windows programming and later web development. Then along came .Net to hide the Win32 mess and now Silverlight to tidy up the rest. Coding became what he was hoping for when he first got into it. He prefers C# but is comfortable in VB.Net, and would write in C++ if coerced, or paid really, really well.

For most of his career, Richard freelanced for such companies as Wickes, L.A. Gear, RB Furniture, and others to obscure to mention. He is currently working for the Los Angeles County Office of Education. Richard lives with his wife Kc and their two cats in Orange County, CA, near their children and granddaughter, the amazing Amara.

 

 

Alan Beasley

Alan's main area of expertise is Graphic/Visual Design, Usability & UI Design. He is not a programmer, but is fairly technically minded due to studying Mechanical Engineering at Uni.

Alan has worked both Freelance & for IBM as a Graphic Designer, & is skilled in the usual graphics packages like, PhotoShop, CorelDraw or Illustrator, Premier, Dreamweaver, Flash etc.

But he originally started with Lightwave & 3D animation.