We’re stuck with them 😾
Since he was a young child, he has felt the urge to disassemble things to see
what’s inside, what make things tick. This adventurous spirit brought him
never-ending troubles with authority figures. Due to his inability to
reassemble anything back to a functioning state, he was exiled from Spain by
the King. He came to Germany looking for opportunities to continue his habit
of wanton destruction. He settled at relayr, where he found
willing to finance his device-destroying tendencies.
Always yearning for his native Slovenian countryside, he managed to
hitchhike his way to Berlin, setting sights on becoming a
dilettante expert. He
has been with us for almost a year in calendar time, but for us it feels
more like 10 years. He dreams of becoming a cyborg but, alas, he
can’t afford it.
Former Greek army computer scientist with a Jesus complex who takes no prisoners. His goal is to extend the range of 6LoWPAN to intergalactic distances using just willpower and a little help from his Father (sic).
Coming to us from Canada, the land where the maple syrup flows uninterrupted, she brings a deep knowledge in 3D printing and industrial design. You might ask how we convinced her to come to Berlin to be our resident underpaid industrial designer — we lied, of course.
Coming from Italy: the land of Michelangelo, Leonardo and Pasta. He studied paiting in high-school and economics in college. We have tried multiple times to convince him to bake a real homemade pizza for us, but somehow he always find an excuse, no oven, no dough, etc. Since this was our main motivation for hiring him, we are not pleased.
The people running things around here.
He comes to us from Portugal, the land where sardines and salted, dried codfish flow abundantly. Typical exemplar of the dark, moody, irascible latin European man, the surest way to annoy him is writing bad code, bad documentation, or saying bad things about 6LowPAN. Be careful not to push it too hard, though — he may resort to violence without any warning.
Coming from the land of the free, home of the brave, the fine state of Virginia, nothing gets him more distraught than bad writing and, above all, bad spelling. He dreams of becoming a character in an 80s action flick, but that seems very far away now that he settled for being a technical documentation jockey.