Frits Wenneker is a structural engineer and software developer. He studied Mechanical Engineering (MSc) in Delft, the Netherlands. During the BSc period of his study, he started to learn LaTeX. Soon he got hooked to this way of typesetting documents, and provided LaTeX learning material on the Internet.View Posts →
Lian Tze is an LaTeX enthusiast and a freelance LaTeX trainer and consultant. She loves discovering new uses of LaTeX in different scenarios and enjoys sharing her experience, including contributing regularly to the Malaysian LaTeX User Group blog. Lian Tze is working with natural language processing and multilingual lexicons for under-resourced languages, as well as being a good mom to her young daughter.View Posts →
Dr. Nicola L. C. Talbot is a chartered mathematician and computer programmer with experience typesetting using LaTeX. She is a member of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the East Anglian Writers, the TeX User Group and the UK TeX User Group. She is an honorary lecturer at the School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia. She has a number of packages on CTAN, and writes LaTeX books, illustrated children's books and crime & SF. She has a FAQ, a bug tracker and a feature request tracker for her LaTeX packages and a list of LaTeX resources. You can also find her on GoodReads. TeX StackExchange users interviewed her: TeXtalk: an interview with Nicola Talbot.View Posts →
Wacky Brazilian bloke, TeX evangelist, duck enthusiast, Pringles-powered theoretical computer science researcher. Quack! On a more serious note: a Brazilian developer and programmer, using LaTeX since 2007 for virtually everything - articles, theses, songbooks, music sheets, slides, labels, visiting cards, you name it. On the Computer Science side, his areas of interest include Automata Theory, Adaptive Technology and Programming Languages. He has some opensource projects hosted in SourceForge.net and GitHub.com. Some of his contributions to CTAN, TeX Live and the TeX community:View Posts →
- arara: a TeX automation tool based on rules and directives. arara gives you subsidies to enhance your TeX experience.
- checkcites: a Lua script written for the sole purpose of detecting unused or undefined references from both LaTeX auxiliary or bibliography files.
- TeX Live PT-BR: providing a Brazilian Portuguese translation file for TeX Live.
- TeXPrinter: a Java application designed for the sole purpose of printing threads from TeX.SE to TeX and PDF formats.
Pieter Belmans (or pbelmans) is the author behind On music, computing and math, a weblog that despite its name is mostly about (La)TeX. But everything he does with TeX and its nephews is directly related to these three subjects though, as shown in this article. His contributions to the world of TeX mainly concern Pygments and its integration using minted (View Posts →
gap-pygments-lexer), beamer themes (
ugent-beamer-theme), various modifications and contributions to the localization of bibliographies in
babelbiband a Dutch LaTeX course. When not doing TeX he is a graduate student in mathematics.