Suresh Krishna has been a programmer since 2000 and has been working on the domain modeling, IDEs, and productivity tools. Inspired by the IDE evolution and developer productivity, he works primarily on the Eclipse plug-ins and RCP applications. Extreme Programming and Scrum are his favorites, along with evangelizing Eclipse to the user, developer, and corporate communities. He enjoys his free time writing blogs and product evaluations.
Although he's programmed in Java since 1999, Trebor Fenstermaker was, for much of that time, highly suspicious of Java IDEs and was a die-hard command-line user, even doing all his code editing in vi -- until a colleague showed him that he really could be more efficient with Eclipse. He now evangelizes his fellow UNIX command-line refugees on its wonders and enjoys exploring its more powerful features -- including its endless possibilities for expansion through custom plug-ins.