Andrew has worked at all levels in IT projects from programmer through to IS Manager, designing, implementing and managing systems for accounting, property management, personnel, payroll, electronic data interchange, executive information, reference documentation, budgeting, tax-agent management and remote equipment control.
Andrew was one of the founders of Catalyst IT in 1997 and was responsible for the overall technical direction of the company, including substantial involvement in the architecture of the ".nz" Shared Registry System and the systems for maintaining the Electoral Roll.
Andrew has been active in the Open Source community for many years as a member of the Debian project, and as the primary developer of the DAViCal open source CalDAV server, and of the aCal CalDAV client for Android. In 2012 he was appointed to the Steering Committee of the Calendaring & Scheduling Consortium, an non-profit 501(C) association dedicated to improving the standards and interoperability of calendars.
In 2008 Andrew left Catalyst in order to focus more particularly on Android development and the free, open-source software industry. Morphoss is the result.
Heather has a BA (Hons) in English Language and Linguistics from Victoria University, and more recently a Diploma in Design from Whitireia Polytechnic. She is familiar with many media from painting and fabric arts through to bookbinding and comic illustration.
Heather was responsible for all of the design work for linux.conf.au 2010, including logo design, promotional materials, t-shirts, venue signs, web banners, thank-you tags and everything in between, for a comprehensive branding exercise.
Chris worked in electronics sales until he was sick of it and then headed to Victoria to study IT. Over the last few years he has been working hard programming for Android, Ruby on Rails, PHP and PostgreSQL. Before his current stint at Morphoss he has worked with iPredict (http://ipredict.co.nz/) and 3months.com.
Ben has a degree in Computer Science from Southwest University of Science and Technology in China. He has previously worked on Android development at Baidu in China, and as a founder of a wireless technology startup in China. More recently he has cycled across the Himalayas to Kathmandu with his girlfriend, but when his love for adventure brought him to New Zealand we immediately wanted him on board.
Sasha has previously worked in Korea and Brisbane at several development companies including Samsung, he moved to New Zealand several years ago to work on mobile gaming applications at Sidhe Interactive. He brings with him extensive experience in developing high-performance applications for mobile platforms.