Founder of Burke Software. David got involved with education technology as a Jesuit Volunteer. He serves as the lead software engineer and was the original developer of Schooldriver and other open source applications. To view some of David’s work, visit the Burke Software GitHub page. David’s open source projects have been downloaded by thousands of people around the world.
David has been quoted in InformationWeek Education for his work building a 25 seat computer lab for $2000 and has been described as a “pioneer in terms of getting educational institutions to rethink how they use technology."
Emily's interest in web development started when she was the marketing manager and graphic designer for a nonprofit organization. While she was there, she participated in a redesign of the company website and realized she wanted to learn to code.
Emily brings her background in marketing and graphic design to her love of using technology to make processes more efficient and user-friendly. Notably, she was part of a team that made a scheduling app for a gaming conference and also helped to create a customer portal for a pop up childcare company.
When she's not coding, Emily knits all kinds of things, such as hats for rabbits and stuffed animals for her friends and family.