Coupling his obsession with web technology with his entrepreneurial spirit has allowed Radu to build Eloquentix into an Inc. 5000 company. His journey began with C++, he hated it. Then he discovered Java and things changed. Since then, he has traveled the world and birthed new Eloquentix offices along the way, including one in Bucharest only 600m away from where he was born.
Hailing from the Republic of Moldova, Nata came to Bucharest to study programming. Now with over ten years experience she spends most of her time spitting out eloquent code in JAVA and Scala.
Like many of us, Alin's journey to the code began with his love of early computer games. In his case, ones played on the CIP-03, a Romanian ZX-Spectrum clone. In the more than 20 years since, in addition to writing remarkably clean code in JAVA, Flex, PHP, Ruby and other languages, Alin has presented proof-of-concepts to teams from PayPal, Ebay, and Google. This includes winning multiple prizes at the PayPal X competition. Alin is one of the reasons Eloquentix remains such an amazing and forward thinking place to work.
Dorel is a polyglot programmer and Eloquentix VP who has been with us for over a decade. His expertise in Java, Scala, and database management are invaluable parts of Eloquentix. He is a passionate advocate for the use of microservices in development. He is also a proud father who is currently being schooled by his young daughter in the art of classical guitar.
From startups to Enterprise, Mihai has done it all. One of the most senior members of the team, he has been a big part of Eloquentix since 2002. Much of his programming has been in Java and Ruby on Rails but recently Mihai has been writing a lot of Scala.
When asked what his favorite project ever was, Slabu simply responded, "a foursome." That said, he is a rock solid Ruby developer who spends way too much time loving his BMW.
Andrei is a ruby developer with extensive experience working with expansion stage startups. He chose to join Eloquentix after realizing that he could grow even further as a developer by joining Eloquentix. A severe television addiction as a child left him with a shockingly perfect American accent. It's mad weird.
Having finally given up on .Net, Razvan is now rapidly catching up on a lifetime of productivity lost by crushing Ruby code every single day of his life.
From his PhD under I.M. Gelfand to geospatial seed yield regressions, there is no math problem that Mihail will not tackle. Fortunately for us, he also solves them. He lives in Durham.
Charles keeps our books in order.
We asked Ionut: You know to code? He said, "Yes". We asked: GWT? He said - why not! Now Ionut focuses on Scala and APIs.
Alin is here to keep us sharp. His obsession with doing things right is maddening.
When Eloquentix began working in .NET in 2009 Razvan was one of our first additions. He is calm, collected, and brings a zen-like quality to any code that he touches. In short, he is the Obi Wan Kenobi of the team.
Cristian got into coding about the same time most of us get into Rock and Roll, high school. That said, he fell in love with that too. In addition to JAVA and Scala, Cristi's favorite technology is the 1958 Gibson Les Paul.
Due to his expertise and experience in JAVA, .NET, and C++ Raul was a much sought after developer who was finally brought on board here in 2011. He is also a card carrying member of the Dark Side. His force is very strong I say.
While his main gig is .NET, Marius deeply loves all things JS. He came to Eloquentix in 2009 searching for the answer to life in the code. He is now a journeyed warrior in the middle of that quest. One day we know he will find the answer and achieve ultimate zen.
Expert UX and UI designer with 10 years experience working on interfaces for web and mobile projects. Supported companies from government institutions and corporations to small start-ups, from countries including Canada, Australia, United States and Romania. Well versed in branding work and font-end development. Familiar with back-end development(Ruby on Rails, PHP, MySQL, ObjectiveC).
Like Klaus Iohannis, Gabi graduated from Brukenthal. Like Klaus, he likes things done right. Ruby is his favorite tool.
Mihai started writing scripts in DOS when he was a kid. Why? Because during the dawn of computer games sometimes that was the only way to get them to work. Also because he was wicked smart and thought computers were super cool. Now Mihai is a CTO's dream, programming in Ruby, Scala, Python, JS, and Java.
She pays us once in a long while.
Flavia is a dedicated iOS developer. Her journey into programming involves the beautiful space between art and logic. She approaches each new piece of code as a blank canvas where she can explore this world.
UI/UX unicorns are rare creatures. We knew we had found a good one because Ciprian has been making developers cry since the beginning of time with his beautiful, clean, and perfectly functional designs.
Started on the hardware side as a IT technician then switched on breaking also some software. Went through a few corporations in the last years where I have assimilated valuable information about QA methodologies.
The consensus is that Ovidiu is sweet as pie. Scala, R, math, he will give you an answer as precise as a command prompt.
In recent years Radu has had the privilege of working on software projects in telecom, rail, finance, and energy. His specialty is in designing and developing back-end services and applications in Scala and Java, but also eager to play with Go and Python.
Cosmin tasted programming for the first time back in the eighth grade. Now, he's able to cook you a nice dish with a blend of Java and Ruby, sprinkled with some fresh, green, C++, and a NoSQL salad on the side, served with a glass of red wine.
He is a Scala developer interested in functional programming and languages such as Elm, Purescript and Rust.
Passionate about software architecture, domain driven design and DevOps (his thoughts run in separate Docker containers). Loves programming in .NET, JS and Go. Find more about him on stefanprodan.com.
Juggles with Linux's guts in an eerily calm way.
She makes sure our internal graph of ideas and thoughts gets topologically sorted before being delivered to other team members. Um... she's here to show us how to communicate effectively. Find more about her on simonadavid.ro.
Mountains and wine, Hanuta and photography. It's how Corina fills up with energy to tame the two clashing forces of the universe: developers and stakeholders.