About the Authors
Peter Armstrong has almost two decades of experience in software, half of it as a developer at Silicon Valley startups. He founded Ruboss in 2008, and created Leanpub with Scott in 2010.
Peter is also the author of 5 books: The Markua Specification, Programming for Kids, Lean Publishing, Flexible Rails and Hello! Flex 4. He has a BSc in Computer Science and Psychology from the University of Victoria.
Peter coined the term "lean publishing" to describe the act of self-publishing an in-progress ebook. Leanpub was created based on the principles of lean publishing. He lives in Victoria, BC with his wife and son.
Scott is a programmer and web developer. He has an MSc in Physics from the University of British Columbia and spent a decade gainfully employed as a physicist shooting lasers at polymers and ink drops at paper.
In 2006, Scott switched to programming full time. He joined Ruboss as a co-founder in 2009, and created Leanpub with Peter in 2010. Scott is the author of The S3 Cookbook and the lead author of Leanpub's book generation engine.
Len is a former investment banker with a DPhil in English Literature from Balliol College, Oxford. He joined Ruboss in 2012 and led customer development on Leanpub for three years before becoming a co-founder.
If you're interested in his novel, you can find it here.
I'm a Full stack developer, coffee lover, foodie and a few other things. I like to solve hard problems across almost all areas of development. Always interested in learning new things.
After graduating with a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Victoria, I joined Ruboss, the company that makes Leanpub, in 2013 and eventually became its CTO.