Mark Côté is a software developer with experience ranging from specifications to design and implementation, including automated-test development.  His experience has mostly focused on object-oriented programming in C++ and Python, including network applications, backup systems, automated-test frameworks, GUIs, MAPI clients, and more.  Mark holds a BASc in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

William Lachance has over 5 years of professional experience as a computer programmer, specializing in library and application development in a UNIX environment. Before helping to found Navarra, William was an operating systems software developer at Net Integration Technologies and IBM. His latest interests include dynamic web and iPhone applications, GIS systems, and modern approaches to internet security. William holds a Hon. BSc in Computer Science and Philosophy from the University of Toronto.

Andrew MacPherson is a computer software professional with a background in network applications, low-level UNIX development, back-end web solutions, and software integration problems. With experience at each stage of the software development process, Andrew has worked on projects in Canada, the US, and West Africa and holds a BASc in Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

Peter McCurdy is a software development generalist who’s always looking for an interesting problem to solve.  With over 7 years of experience in professional software development, Peter has worked on projects as varied as database servers, video composition software, Linux distribution development, ODBC drivers, and high-level website programming.  Peter holds a Hon. B.Math in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo.

Peter Zion specializes in low-level device driver, library and application development, including iPhone application development. A former driver developer at Broadcom, Peter also has experience in the development of derivative trading applications, the performance optimization of 3-D content creation software and the design of web database applications. Peter holds a M.Sc. in pure mathematics from the University of Toronto.