Joshua joined GMV Syncromatics in 2009 as the first engineering employee. When he's not working on moving the infrastructure to k8s he's tinkering with hardware integrations and building Linux distros for embedded systems. Joshua has been instrumental in changing the overall engineering culture in the company pushing concepts like source control, distributed system concepts, and the actor model. As a transit rider himself he is passionate about bringing out statistical information about transit operations to improve the quality of service of those services.
Daniel is a software developer who picked up a passion for transit after joining GMV Syncromatics in 2016. He brings to the team a background in e-commerce and a focus on humans in software. He's also a self-described data junkie who uses data to derive actionable information.
Jeff is a software engineer who loves Los Angeles but hates the traffic. He spends his days at GMV Syncromatics promoting the use of public transit by improving the user experience in rider- and dispatcher-facing applications. He also spends his free time working towards traffic reduction by volunteering with local bicycle advocacy groups. Before GMV Syncromatics, Jeff worked at the LA Unified School District developing its over-arching Student Information System and studied Physics at UCSD.