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The Ecosystem team is responsible for designing, building, and maintaining:
More information about the Ecosystem Backend Team can be found on the Ecosystem Backend Team page.
|Matt Nohr||Backend Engineering Manager, Ecosystem|
|Luke Duncalfe||Backend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Markus Koller||Backend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Arturo Herrero||Senior Backend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Andy Soiron||Senior Backend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Alex Kalderimis||Senior Backend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Lukas Eipert||Frontend Engineering Manager, Ecosystem|
|Mike Greiling||Senior Frontend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Ash McKenzie||Staff Backend Engineer, Ecosystem|
|Tom Quirk||Frontend Engineer, Ecosystem:Integrations|
|Justin Ho||Senior Frontend Engineer, Ecosystem|
The following members of other functional teams are our stable counterparts:
|Patrick Deuley||Senior Product Manager, Ecosystem|
|Libor Vanc||Senior Product Designer, Ecosystem:Integrations|
Whenever possible, we prefer to communicate asynchronously using issues, merge requests, and Slack. However, face-to-face meetings are useful to establish personal connection and to address items that would be more efficiently discussed synchronously such as blockers.
We use the following issue boards to prioritize and track our work.