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Kyle is an MIT safe-cracker and builder of killer robots.
Emmett made the code, reviews the code, manages the gaming team (and TwitchTV), loves the StarCraft, and no longer has any time to code.
Jacob loves working at Justin.tv but would rather be making a film about Space Penguins.
Kevin is looking at this blurb and thinking he should've come up with something more witty.
When you do things right, people won't be sure you've done anything at all.
Gary can read the impulses on cat-5 cables through the tips of his fingers. On the ops team, Gary wrangles servers, ports and wire.
A former MIT Coke kingpin, Rhys now denounces high fructose corn syrup.
Scott knows what's up with Ad sales. What's up Scott?
Joseph has been exiled to Siberia, was voted sexiest geek in 2000 by a Swedish magazine, and has one sucessful startup under his belt.
Bernadette loves coffee and thinks the secret to happiness is really just laughing out loud. All the time. Yup!
Matt does marketing and communications. He recently returned from the wilderness where he sought refuge after being accused of a crime he didn't commit.
It it possible that Chris is nothing more than a meaty automaton, but he tries to not let that get him down.
Mike likes cats. That is pretty important to him. He also likes lisp, but less than he likes cats.
Alex is an old-school computer guy who likes to ride bikes and make sauerkraut in his spare time.
Brooke is wayyyyy too into Stunner of the Month Club.
Justin "TheGunRun" is so busy watching starcraft streams he has no time to write his blurb.
Confusingly, Danny has been told he resembles Jesus, The Devil, and Apollo Ohno.
Contrary to popular belief, Ben 'FishStix' is actually not a fan of seafood.
Dylan is the lead admin
JT loves Jolt Cola.
Achille holds it down at the backend.
Josh engineers some software.
Amber has the best job in the office...she gets to plan all the crazy gamer parties and events. Insider Hint: Show her a tweet "Thanks for the drink @TwitchTV!" and she'll buy you one on the spot!
Daniel is starting with the man in the mirror, asking him to be the change.
Mukund basically plays a lot of old adventure games— write software, fix software, get lamp.
Eleine gets paid to be cool.
Chris C. used to kick it with Stephen King.
Contrary to popular belief, Jared is not Ricky Ortiz.
Justin is Internet Famous and makes double TwitchTV monayyyyyyy.
Ex-South African Ex-Israeli Ex-Irish Ex-English Canadian Ex-Game Developer sEx-y coder.
An intellectual says a simple thing in a hard way. An artist says a hard thing in a simple way.
Ryan is still trying to beat Gary in ping pong.
Beth makes mad money for Justin.tv/TwitchTV. She also loves corgis!
After years adrift aboard the S.S. Academia, Cyrus now happily navigates the waters of JTV/Twitch's backend.
Farhad is thinking hard about what to write here.
Jon (Carnage) directs the network content.
Ernest loves to eat and workout, all while also making that TwitchTV MONAYYY. Oh, and he outreaches to partners, too..
John loves first person shooters. John does not like playing first person shooters with thumbsticks.
Marcus ‘djWHEAT’ has eSports locked down.