Mark has been involved in handset development projects for Ericsson, Fujitsu, Nokia, Panasonic and Samsung. He has worked on everything from a GPRS stack, device drivers and a power management server to messaging applications and the code that draws the soft keys. While working as a software architect for Nokia's Multimedia business unit, developing their flagship Nseries products, Mark developed his interest in the multimedia capabilities of Symbian OS. He drew on this experience when co-authoring Multimedia on Symbian OS: Inside the Convergence Device for Symbian Press in 2008. He became interested in the open source development model while working on Linux-based, set-top-box products and has been actively attempting to improve the environment for free and open source software on the Symbian platform ever since. He has successfully ported a number of application and middleware projects to the Symbian platform, both open and closed source.
Mark became an Accredited Symbian Developer and a Forum Nokia Champion in 2007. In 2009, he joined the technical services team at the Symbian Foundation, dedicated to helping developers get the most out of the platform.
Lauri started programming well before the age of 10. For the past 15 years, he has been programming professionally. His projects have included S60 platform development, independent product development, open source middleware, telecommunications operator services, software engineering tools, ...