About The BTC Team. Eric Targan, CEO & Founder Eric Targan, founder of BTC Interactive is a "young veteran" and pioneer of the internet World having created online companies as early as , as a co-founder of Groceries Online, the world's first internet shopping company. He then founded The Humor Network, the first online company to employ. Director of International Development Louise McConnell is the BTC’s newest team member. Based in London, Louise coordinates logistics for all international projects. In addition to keeping everything running smoothly on BTC’s Europe based project, Louise is an accomplished actress with upcoming dramatic roles in various BTC productions. BTC Development Group was founded pioneers of the internet world who have been running online businesses since The team created "Viral Marketing" on the internet by being the first company to use "Forward to a Friend" as a formalized business model as early as The company was among the first companies to develop co-registration.
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Lori Rich. Lori is the leader of the contracts and budgets team at BTC Network. Previously, Lori worked in corporate finance dealing with many aspects of financial and managerial accounting. She has utilized her foundation in accounting to create optimal productivity for her clients through financial management. In her down time she enjoys traveling, attending local events, and spending time with family and friends. Adam Schear. Formerly he was a study coordinator for one of the leading hepatologists in the country.
During his free time, he is enjoying getting acclimated to the New England lifestyle and is currently pursuing ice skating lessons. Meg McCann. I love that every day is an adventure and I am always learning something new.
No two days are the same as we are constantly finding new advancements and ways to reach more patients. Casey Brescia. Natalie Shaw. Joey Nguyen. He prides himself in being a Jack of all trades, and has a background in research as early as 12 years old, working for Mass General Hospital as a lab technician.
If he can find spare time, he volunteers his time supporting efforts in aiding and empowering his local and state communities. That and racing in Autocross events. Chris Monaghan. Chris is a financial analyst at BTC Network. Previously, he worked in credit and collections where his customer service skills were used to manage a large AR and protect company assets through contract review and negotiation.
He utilizes his current and previous skills to maximize profitability for his clients and establish new relationships within the field of clinical research. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his two daughters, working on his house and watching the New England sports teams in action.
Development discussion takes place on GitHub and the bitcoin-dev mailing list. Less formal development discussion happens on irc. To report an issue, please see the bug reporting page. Bitcoin Core is security software that helps protect assets worth billions of dollars, so every code change needs to be reviewed by experienced developers.
It can take a long time for other developers to review your pull requests. Remember that all reviewers are taking time away from their own projects to review your pull requests, so be patient and respectful of their time.
There are almost always open pull requests that any programmer can review. Here are a few ideas:. Fix existing issues: the issue tracker is the best place to find a useful way to contribute to Bitcoin Core.
Before starting to write any patches for issues you find, you may want to comment on the issue to make sure nobody else is already working on it. Write tests: Bitcoin Core is covered by many tests, but patches that improve test coverage are always welcome and are a great way to build familiarity with the codebase.
See the documentation about automated testing. If you are interested in learning more about the technical details of Bitcoin and how to use existing tools and APIs, it is recommended you start by exploring the developer documentation. The following chatrooms and websites host discussions about Bitcoin development.
There are many more who contribute research, peer review, testing, documentation, and translation. Project maintainers have commit access and are responsible for merging patches from contributors. They perform a janitorial role merging patches that the team agrees should be merged. They also act as a final check to ensure that patches are safe and in line with the project goals.
Everyone is free to propose code changes and to test, review and comment on open Pull Requests.