Gabe grew up likely to be eaten by a grue. He dabbled in HTML and CSS in the early days of the web, and tediously programmed some games into his graphing calculator. In the present day, he enjoys simple, leightweight solutions to complicated problems.
In his free time he brews beer, tries to keep his cat off of his board games, rows, and rides bicycles.
Ken got into computers when his family decided to buy an old computer store and sell the remaining inventory. Since his days playing Gorillas in QBasic and exploring King's Quest, he’s graduated to a top notch IT wizard and full stack developer.
In his free time he enjoys tinkering with electronics with his kids, studying the latest in web technology, and digging in the garden.
Cedar grew up playing googlepede and Jetpack on MS-DOS. When she was 8 years old her mom sent Cedar and her brother to “summer camp” to learn how to build websites. Her early introduction to HTML and natural talent for writing and creating content make her an invaluable addition to the Code of the North team.
In her free time, Cedar enjoys testing recipes, tasting craft beers, and exploring the great outdoors. In 2017, she completed a 2,700-mile thru hike of the Pacific Crest Trail, trekking from the border of Mexico to Canada in five months.