Eduardo Díaz is a Java developer, with experience particularly in web development. He has been interested in finding new programming paradigms and languages since he started developing software.
Clojure (and functional programming with Clojure) caught Eduardo's attention as an excellent mixture of a very unique paradigm and a pragmatic approach to programming. He has used it to build a data collection platform for several high-traffic sites, similar to Google Analytics. Clojure was an excellent choice for him, because it minimized errors and development time.
Nate West is a polyglot web developer based in Nashville, Tennessee. While he has yet to meet a language he doesn't like, he found his home in the land of Lisp. As a developer at Blue Box, he gets paid to write in Ruby. When not learning new languages, he enjoys hanging out with his wife, playing with his dog, philosophizing over a cup of coffee, and mentoring at Nashville Software School.
Daniel Ziltener was born in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. He started programming at the age of 10 and acquired broad general knowledge about programming and software engineering, including desktop and web development and the programming languages such as Java, C++, Scala, Clojure, and Scheme. He started his studies in computer science at the University of Bern in 2012. Since then, he has worked as a Clojure software developer at the university's historical institute.