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Nigel holds a Masters Degree in Engineering from Cambridge University.
In 1984 Nigel founded Telequip Ltd - a business telecommunications service provider. Telequip was one of the first service providers to combine fixed line and mobile, voice and data equipment and airtime services into a single service proposition for mid sized business customers. Telequip was sold to The Carphone Warehouse PLC in 2004.
Nigel is now semi-retired and is managing a series of private investments.
Tim has over 15 years of practical and commercial experience in the IT sector, with a particular focus on Internet related technologies and IP based networks.
In 1998 Tim co-founded Planet Edge Ltd, a specialist Internet solution provider where he led a team of developers working on innovative Internet related systems up until the point where it was acquired by NASDAQ listed Internet investment firm CI4NET.COM.
In 2000, Tim moved to Sydney after being appointed as a director for GlobalFreeway - Australia's first National free Internet Service Provider.
At the end of 2001, Tim returned to the UK and founded a company focussing on Linux consultancy and bespoke development which is where the idea of CensorNet™ was first conceived.
In his spare time, Tim enjoys running, cycling and kayaking.
Dan is a veteran Linux developer and the resident technical guru, having spent 6 years turning concepts into working products and being the original developer of CensorNet™.
Dan holds a Batchelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Manchester University and his skills range from embedded systems to kernel hacking and in-depth knowledge of IP network protocols.
Dan is an advocate of open source and regularly contributes bug fixes and code snippets to a variety of projects.
In his spare time, Dan enjoys the festival scene and is a regular at Glastonbury.
Mick has worked in the Internet industry since 1995, starting his career in technical support with a national ISP, before moving on to development and system administration. A keen Linux enthusiast, Mick has a wealth of experience with Linux as well as Unix and Windows operating systems.
Mick also boasts more than 10 years of Java programming experience. Projects he has worked on include an award winning e-commerce product, one of the first e-procurement solutions, a secure payment gateway for the Bank of Ireland and various smaller bespoke developments. Client's Mick has worked for include PC World, National Air Traffic Services, Dickies Workwear and The Bank of Ireland to name but a few.
In his spare time, Mick plays guitar in a heavy metal band, enjoys a game of chess and is a die-hard fan of Scottish rugby union