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Stine Torsdatter Ursin-Holm
Stine is the product owner, responsible for planning and prioritizing the team focus to ensure the most valuable functionality for the company and our customers. Stine has been with Solution Seeker since the inception and for a while she was the only (self-taught) front-end developer. Today, she passionate about developing user interfaces that are both beautiful and intuitive.
Anders has a keen interest in most things that are computer related (or not computer related), be it hardware or software. However, the closer to the metal the more he feels at home. His private GitLab instance is full of hobby projects, some of which include a retargetable ANSI C compiler written in ANSI C and a Discord bot for harassing others with custom sound clips.
Ole Jørgen Brønner
Ole Jørgen is a full-stack web-developer, contributing to our entire stack from databases to the front-end graphical user interface. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from NTNU, and has previously worked 4 years as a developer at Tripletex. His personal projects include a scrolling window manager for Gnome, co-created with Tor Hedin.
Tor Hedin Brønner
Tor Hedin have long held an interest in technology, particularly human computer interaction. He has contributed to various Open Source projects, NixOS among them. And created a few himself in particular having co-created a scrolling window manager for Gnome called PaperWM (https://github.com/paperwm/PaperWM/) together with Ole Jørgen.
Jens Nikolai Alfsen
With a background from marine cybernetics and AI, Jens has developed an eager interest in technology in general. From using ship accelerometers and CNNs for sea state estimation, his interest has expanded to back-end development. His spare time is often spent listening to Lex Fridman, Acquired or the All-in podcast.
Tor Istvan Stadler Kjetså
Tor comes from Cybernetics and Robotics at NTNU with a specialization in real-time systems, where he has developed a fondness and respect for C and a less-fondness-infused nostalgia for data sheets. Tor enjoys challenges concerning concurrency and shared resources. His specialization project applied both C and Elixir in different approaches for developing a scheduler simulator.
Rafael is both an Electronics Engineer and -technician. This allowed him to learn about computing from the ground up: digital electronics came first, and assembly came before C. Mid engineering school, his focus moved from hardware to Image Processing and ML. This got him into scientific Python and GPU programming. As a guilty pleasure, he loves tweaking CSS code to perfection.