Jeremy began his experience as a programmer in fourth grade when he created his first website. He has continued to teach himself various website programming languages and remains a student of web programming even today. Around the same time, Jeremy began his first video project — a 20 minute sketch show episode. He has designed websites for Dominion Anesthesia, PLLC and Northern Virginia Neurological Associtates. His experiences in solving computer issues in his own family led to the creation of JCubed. Although he is still the devoted Mac user he was born as (and he will try to convert you if he gets the chance), Jeremy is fluent in Windows and is able to solve Windows problems as well as Mac problems.
Jason Jason Koenig has, like his compatriots above, been using computers for much of his life. He worked initially on Windows, and has experience with wireless networking and printers. He is more involved in the systems programming languages (as contrasted with the web technologies), and has extensive knowledge of web design practices, compatibility, and general web standards. He became addicted to both Linux and Free Software when he enrolled at Thomas Jefferson, as the main computer lab there uses Gentoo Linux.