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We want to celebrate community contributions in different ways ranging from a simple "thank you," to sending out fun Cube.js swags, and even formal recognitions.
As a part of formal recognition, we'd like to introduce key community members called Cube.js HeroesCube.js Heroes who have made sustained contributions to the community. Community members should feel free to reach out to these Heroes as resources for guidance and support during their Cube.js journey.
Jc WeinrichHEROBased in Edmonton, Jc is an Architect at Jobber, where he is working on developing mobile services for Jobber's customers. Prior to Jobber, Jc was a software engineer at Honeywell in Alberta and Scotland. Jc first started using Cube.js in January 2020.Ricardo TapiaHEROBased in Amsterdam, Ricardo is a Lead front-end developer at Qualibrate where he is working on bringing the user experience of Qualibrate's test automation platform to the next level. Ricardo first started using Cube.js during the very early days in 2019.Tanvi PalHEROBased in Colonia, New Jersey, Tanvi is a Senior Software Engineer at COTA. In addition to healthcare, Tanvi worked in other industries such as shipping and financial services. Tanvi and her colleagues at COTA started using Cube.js in September 2019.
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