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Violet UML Editor is developped by Cay S. Horstmann and Alexandre de Pellegrin

Cay S. Horstmann

Cay invented Violet! He grew up in Northern Germany and attended the Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel, a harbor town at the Baltic sea. He received a M.S. in computer science from Syracuse University, and a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He now teaches computer science at San Jose State University . In his copious spare time, he writes books and articles on Java and consults on internet programming.

(See his resume or go to his website)

Alexandre de Pellegrin

Alexandre is the author of Violet UML Editor Plugin for Eclipse and the main contributor to the lastest Violet versions. He lives in France, near Paris. He graduated in electrical and computer engineering. He started programming on his first computer (on a poor CPC 464!!!), playing with Basic, then Pascal, Intel Assembly, a little bit of C and Perl, some PHP. He switched to Java in 2001 while he was working as technical project manager on a large project based on the WebMethods framework. He currently works as 'web development leader' at the ESSEC Business School.

(See his resume (in french) or go to his blog)

Thanks to contributors

Avi Bercovich
Andrew Brandt
Lars Arne Brekken
Chandler Burgess
Jørgen Cederberg
Robert Colburn
Piyush Devnani
Jeremy Driver
Jay Dunning
Morten Elling
Cris Fuhrman
Igor Garcia
Mark George
Mike Godfrey
Daniel Guerrero
Stefan Gründel
Wee Jin Goh
Laurent Hayoun
Graham King
Peter Kehl
Sebastian Kurt
Raymund J. Lin
Kevin McConnell
Matijs Moest
Tri Nguyen
Evelyn Obaid
Norbert Oertel
Johannes Päivinen
Bill Pine
Bruce Raggett
Zack Rubinstein
Grant Talarico
Jordan Thompson
Simon Tokumine
Jesper Trägårdh
Trygve Utstumo
Glenn Vanmarcke
Sam Watkins
Martin Wehner
Raphael Wimmer
Ed Zaron
Marc Godin
Karine Lignon
Victor Freches
Alexandre Debril
Klaas Jan Wierenga
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