Meet our team
The prefix.dev team is passionate about empowering developers. We wanted to make it easier to work on cool stuff vs. the annoying but necessary things that go into setting up and deploying environments: managing packages, dependencies, libraries, and way too many repetitive tasks. It's why we've chosen to focus on innovating in package management for Python, Rust, and C++. We want to make developers more productive.
Between all of us, we have decades of experience solving these problems. Our founder originated the Mamba package manager and is a wiley veteran of conda-forge. We're always looking for new people who can contribute to the team.
We believe in creating a team where each individual can thrive, which powers great team work. That means the open sharing of ideas, insights and valuing contribution from each person.
Meet Wolf – a conda-forge veteran and renowned software package wrangler. Wolf has started the mamba package manager (and prefix.dev) to make cross-platform, high-performance package management a reality. He has also packaged a lot of software for conda-forge and is a core member of the conda-forge team, as well as the founder of the RoboStack project.
Meet Bas – a seasoned software developer with a passion for empowering other developers. With experience in gaming and robotics, he understands how technology can improve people's lives. In his free time, Bas contributes to open source Rust projects, including a hot-reloadable programming language.
Meet Tim - a software developer with a big heart. Previously worked in both fields of robotics and gaming. He likes to work in a team with a team, and likes to help people move forward, if he can use cool technology to do so that's even better. In his spare time he is a father, a chef and a gamer, not always in that order though!
Meet Ruben - a professional mechatronics engineer and has previously served as a software developer in robotics. During his tenure, he predominantly focused on enhancing the developer experience and optimizing workflow automation, with a specific emphasis on catering to the needs of fellow developers.