Paul serves as the public face of Rogue Amoeba and handles product management for all of Rogue Amoeba's applications, as well as tackling the innumerable tasks no one else wants.
When not working, Paul attempts to give the world a laugh on his site and Twitter.
Quentin is currently the lead programmer on most of Rogue Amoeba's major applications. Prior to founding Rogue Amoeba, Quentin worked with Mr. Lagutin and Mr. Kafasis at Subband Software.
If you're searching for a birthday gift, you should know that Quentin enjoys Skittles more than anyone over the age of seven should.
Senior Programmer/Head of R & D
Alex is the mind behind the original Audio Hijack concept, as well as the backends of all of Rogue Amoeba's applications.
Alex first took up programming in the early 90s while in the Soviet army, but just like his motherland, he has since embraced capitalism.
Chris joined Rogue Amoeba in 2010 to handle technical support. Chris will assist you and other customers with questions about our software. Email support to get a fast, helpful reply from him.
Chris lives in Brooklyn, NY. When not responding to support email, he enjoys popcorn and IPAs, though not popcorn IPAs.
Windows Software Engineer
Lee joined Rogue Amoeba at the end of 2008, to assist you and other customers with questions about our software. In 2010, Lee moved to the role of Windows software engineer, leading development of Airfoil for Windows.
Lee is a former PhD student who writes software to help answer questions about the genetics of microorganisms. Naturally, the perfect job for him is working for a software company named after a microorganism.
After 1.5 decades of programming in the hinterlands, Grant was thrilled to join Rogue Amoeba, so he could work on top-notch audio software for you. Yes, you!
Grant is Australian, which means all of his code tends to run upside down. Despite his nickname of "surly", he's actually quite likable and will have a beer with anyone at least once.
Jeff joined us at Rogue Amoeba in June 2008, and has been tearing up the codebase since then. Since then, he's left his mark on nearly our entire product line.
Jeff is a former philosophy teacher who decided to switch to programming because philosophical problems never leave beta. He is generally well-mannered, but you don't want to meet him on the tennis court.
Christa was drafted as the number one overall pick of the 2009 draft. She's here to help ensure that elements are logically arranged, easily accessible, and aesthetically pleasing. Since 2009, she's done graphics and design work on nearly all of our applications.
Christa lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband, her daughter, and their cat. She plays the banjo and sings in a band called Pancake Breakfast.
After a 13-year-long career in hardware development, Jose finally managed to turn to the soft side. While he had fun working on FPGAs and sensors, his true passion is to develop cool apps.
Jose lives near the outskirts of DC, where he started the local NSCoder Night chapter. He spends his family time trying to indoctrinate his 3 kids into coding, SCUBA diving and racquetball. But not all at once.
Ed joined Rogue Amoeba in 2011, after years of providing contract work on some very important code. He's one of the brains behind the hijacker, which powers Airfoil, Audio Hijack Pro, and Nicecast. Now, after more than a decade spent in the bowels of the storage world, he's come on board full-time to keep our backend code running smoothly.
Ed lives in the semi-wilds of Michigan, near Ann Arbor. He's worked as a professional telecommuter for multiple companies over the past 13 years, including one named after a fruit. He mitigates the loneliness and isolation of remote work with a strict regimen of pessimistic optimism and crotchety old man behavior. No doubt time spent with his wife, two kids, and new puppies also helps.