2 new full-time Mendeleyans

We are happy to announce two new members of the Mendeley family. While Carles Pina adds some Spanish flavour to Mendeley Desktop, Nicholas Jones increments the Southampton University headcount to three by bringing some award-winning expertise to the Mendeley Web table. In their own words:

Carles PinaCarles Pina is a software engineer at Mendeley. He studied computer engineering at La Salle – Ramon Llull University in Barcelona and thought working for Mendeley is a perfect reason to relocate to rainy London. Well, after growing up near Barcelona most cities feel ‘rainy’ he thinks.
 
In his spare time, he enjoys programming in C, Python or C++ maintaining projects like qdacco or contributing to other free software projects. He is also fascinated by attending computer meetings in general and loves traveling.
 
Nicholas JonesNicholas Jones is a software engineer for Mendeley Web. He studied Computer Science at the University of Southampton, graduating with a BSc in 2009. Whilst at the University of Southampton he won the Sir William Siemens Prize for “excellence and innovation on an individual 3rd year project” and the Netcraft Prize for acedemic acheivements in his 2nd year.
 
When not coding away at PHP and JavaScript, Nicholas enjoys trawling through social news sites such as Reddit, looking for interesting and invigorating items to read. Nicholas also has a keen interest in music and when not listening to it, may be found strumming away at his guitar.
 

2 thoughts on “2 new full-time Mendeleyans

    • Thanks for the nice words! Can you let us know what exactly you would envision with geotag plugins and database connection possibilities? You can either suggest features via http://feedback.mendeley.com or e-mail me directly (jan.reichelt@mendeley.com).

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