Introduce yourselves to our crew. Although a bit motley, they somehow manage to
get the show done every week.
Franklin is a computer programmer turned speaker turned techie author turned
talk show host from New London, Connecticut. He is recognized by Microsoft as a
technical leader in the programming community. Prior to creating and hosting
Mondays, he spent two years as host of a programming talk show turned podcast,
.NET Rocks! and teaching new technology to computer programmers from all over
the world with his own training company. Carl is also an accomplished musician
and audio engineer. Somehow all the planets aligned to create Mondays, and he's
not looking back.
You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org
is an insane fire-breathing computer programmer. He has years of experience
writing code and has absolutely zero tolerance for bullshit. He leads a team
of software developers for Developer Express, building software tools for
programmers. He is recognized world-wide for his ingenuity, as well as his
off-the-wall sense of humor. Prior to his career, he went to film school at
USC and spent time as a script reader in Hollywood.
Mondays, Karen Mangiacotti performed as a stand up comedian in Boston, LA and
New York, with occasional tours to places like Batavia, Ohio. She was Boston's
WFNX's Girl on Film, because, after all she lives a life devoted to Duran
Duran. She also had a syndicated movie review show called "Down in Front" with
comedian Micheal Bails (who also, though reluctant to admit it, lives a life
devoted to Duran Duran). Her fairly surreal existance also included a two year
stint in Europe teaching English to Italian business men, teaching puppetry to
children with dyslexia, appearing in the Edinburough Theatre Festival with an
English comedy troupe, and working in LA in a comedy troup where there were two
women - the blond, and "The Other One" (Karen was the other one).
Contact Karen at email@example.com
Campbell is recognized by Microsoft as an expert in his field, building
scalable websites on the Microsoft .NET platform. If you don't know what that
means, don't worry. He's a true geek! In fact, his nickname is Richard the Toy
Boy because he finds really cool (as well as somewhat questionable) toys on the
Internet, and talks about them on the show.
Contact Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org