Cyril Godart is a quantitative researcher at BNP Paribas in London. He is developing risk models for derivative products and has interest for parallel computing and fast numerical methods.
Florent Tournois is software architect at the INSEE (Institut National de la Statistiques et des Etudes Economiques). He is the author of K2 and XiMoL, two projects that are freely available on the web.|
It is fair to say that their collaboration and friendship started because of C++ and that is not the only reason why they enjoy the language. They began exploring C++ methods for XML as well as the rich complexity of C++ iostreams while working together and have not stopped ever since.
Hans-Friedrich Pabst is scientist at the Bauhaus-University Weimar, department for "Systems of Virtual Reality". Before, he has developed software for aerospace engineering and for the optical industry. He is interested on portable software development and deep C++.