The Viget office is located at 400 S. Maple Avenue, Suite 200, Falls Church, on the 2nd floor. There is a free parking garage directly behind the building. The easiest way to to get to the suite is to drive all the way to the top of the parking deck and enter the building through the only door. Suite 200 is all the way at the end of the hall.
Mark is a Software Engineer and Instructor at Big Nerd Ranch. He has authored two books: Advanced Mac OS X Programming and Learn Objective-C.
He is also the co-founder of CocoaHeads, the international Mac programmer's group, with chapters in 26 countries on five continents. He also likes to play music and make balloon animals.
Follow him on Twitter at @borkware.
Rob Pegoraro tries to make sense of computers, consumer electronics, telecom services, the Internet, software and other things that beep or blink through reporting, reviewing and analysis–from 1999 to 2011 as the Washington Post’s tech columnist, now for a variety of online and print outlets.
Follow him on Twitter at @robpegoraro.
Dave Mark has written a bunch of dev books. Some you may have heard of, others not so much. Two of the more recent titles are Beginning iOS Development and Learn C on the Mac. Learn C is the fourth edition of a book he first wrote in 1991. Is he that old? Yes.
Dave has also been involved in a number of startups, including Honest Tea, which sold to Coca Cola; MartianCraft, makers of fine iOS apps, some of which are very famous; Kiddar Metz, an investment firm that does all sorts of fun projects; and SoundShare, a social music app that plays well with others. In his free time, he writes, builds electronics, and plays the guitar.
Luis is the Lead Organizer of iOSDevCampDC and Director of Technology at savvy apps.
In his spare time, he likes to build with LEGO and play video games with his six sons.
Follow him on Twitter at @louielouie.
Josh Johnson is an iOS developer at Two Toasters. Over the last 15 years, he has built software for an array of different industries and clients including custom plugins for AutoCAD, web applications, and applications for Mac and iOS.
He organizes the Raleigh/Durham chapter of CocoaHeads and when not digging into the Cocoa frameworks, he reviews bad movies on a podcast. Josh lives in Raleigh with his wife and two teenage kids.
Follow him on Twitter at @jnjosh.
Matthew is currently the lead mobile developer at the NRECA. Previously he has developed mobile apps for Elicere, PointAbout, SAIC, ars Digita. The work he did for the later two companies was back when mobile wasn't cool in the days of the Palm Pilot.
A firm belief in Larry Wall's three virtues (laziness, impatience, hubris) has lead him on a quest to promote better use of tools and automation. When not programming, Matthew likes to travel with his family.
Walter began his career as a high school CS teacher but then jumped to a web startup in the 90's because all of the cool kids were doing it. Finally, after 15 years or so in corporate IT, Walter became a CIO and discovered that it wasn't at all like it's portrayed in the movies. Shortly afterwards, he ditched the performance reviews, team meetings and org charts to set up a one-person consulting business in his attic.
Now poorer, though happier, he writes iOS, Android and web software on contract, produces a few of his own titles for mobile devices and dabbles in management consulting.
Follow him on Twitter at @walterpt.
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