Meet the people behind TenTwentyFour

We're always up for a chat, lunch or a drink after work! Why don't you just stop by and say hello?
Elia Ardino
Elia Ardino
Groovy Conqueror – Software Engineer
Elia comes from a different, more formal development environment. At TenTwentyFour1024, he started working on Web Application development and thus discovered a new world of wonders. During his free time you can find him in his natural environment, while he's fishing in a big river or in a pristine creek.
Martin Latta
Martin Latta
Vuetifier – Software Engineer
+352 20 211 1027
Professional Lego model builder, science (fiction) enthusiast, and graphics designer padawan. Although grown on C/C++, quickly fell in love with Vue.js after joining TenTwentyFour1024 and jumping into the vast world of Javascript frameworks.
Kevin Ley
Kevin Ley
Code Scorpion – Software Engineer
+352 20 211 1028
Kevin has been a self-taught web developer since his early days in secondary education. Joining TenTwentyFour introduced him to the functional programming paradigm and extensive software testing. After challenging workdays, he enjoys clearing his mind cooking tasty international cuisine.
David Raison
David Raison
Puppetmaster – Managing Director
+352 20 211 1026
When David is not sitting behind a desk – rumor has it this happens now and then – he's probably on his bike. Once upon a time afraid of getting wet, the bike is now his all-weather, all-time preferred means of transportation.
Paul Salentiny
Paul Salentiny
PHP Dojo Sensei – Software Engineer
+352 20 211 1029
With prior experience in the development of PHP applications, Paul made his first contact with fullstack Javascript and functional programming at TenTwentyFour1024. Since then, Paul has learned not to be afraid of Ruby, or Python either.
Florian Simon
Florian Simon
Mr. Lonad – Software Engineer
+352 20 211 1025
Florian is TenTwentyFour1024's obnoxious functional programming zealot. When he's not fiddling around with monads or observables in Javascript, you might find him playing with Raspberry Pis and electric guitars, sometimes in combination.