David "DavesLord" Caouette, Project founder, Core developer, Windows API Specialist
Location: Laval (QC), Canada
Hi, I'm born in 1980, in the wonderful region of Lake St-John, Province of Quebec, Canada. I started developing with Delphi 3 years ago, and I still use it. I got this idea because I wanted to work with advanced API techniques and OpenGL, but I didn't want to lead two projects in same time, so I mixed everything and that's how Blueberry 3D-Desktop was born... :) As you can see on my pic, I look like a crazy joyful man. :-p
|Danie "Snake" Heath, Core Developer, Octree and Frustum Culling Specialist
Location: South Africa
Born in 1983, I started coding in 1995, and started with Delphi in 1998. Inspired by the late Jan Horn, I now help out Mighty McClaw with the running and expansion of the Sulaco site. My 9-5 job is as a Software Integrator for RisC Com, and all the OpenGL programming that I do is to give the females in my life a bit of a rest :) According to many people, I look like Tom Green.
Adam "Aneuryzm" Woods, High School Student [explains the headache] and Webmaster
Location: Sydney, Australia
Born 6 Jan 1988, Started programming at 10, got his family’s first computer at 10. Dedicated rushn raver, listens to Happy Hard and random crap. Started texture designing at 10, web page designing and operating at 11, now writes a study guide for school bludging friends. Works at McDonalds. Gets about 3 hours sleep a day. One word for you readers: Caffeine [C8H10N4O2]
|Maarten "McCLaw" Kronberger, Former Consultant, Developer, OpenGL Guru
Location: Behind my Keyboard, South Africa
I was born in 1977. I started coding in 1985 (Mainly GWBasic) After high school I studied I.T. at Wits Technikon (and did my 3 year course in a respectable 5 years). Inspired by my friend Jan Horn, I started coding OpenGL applications in Delphi. When I'm not coding, I visit my girlfriend / friends, do cage fighting or work on my race car.
|Nassim "Ben", Delphi developer.
Location: Montreal (QC), Canada
Born in 1971, Algiers. After using Pascal at university, I prefered to go a step ahead and use Delphi. That's what I'm doing since 6 years. I never code sundays afternoon, it's my soccer game time :).