We started this company in 2009 as engineers hailing from Berlin & Amsterdam.
Six years later, we've released a ton of open source software and are dept-free, profitable, and still privately owned.
Thousands of automated system tests, integration tests and visual diffs have allowed us to take two steps forward while keeping all running smoothly.
Our scaling algorithm and custom Amazon EC2 agreements allow us to spin up 1500 machines at once, ready to start encoding in 3 minutes in data-centers spread across the US and Europe. You can set a continental preference, or let us decide what performs best based upon the location of your end users.
We often blog about all of this, too.
Transloadit is brought to you by a small team of full-time developers, and supported by a network of befriended experts and freelancers. Please meet our team in order of appearance:
Tim Koschützki — Co-founder
Tim is a skilled programmer with over 12 years of web development experience. Halfway his career he became core contributor to the CakePHP framework. He wears all hats here at Transloadit. This includes working on our API services and bots, scaling algorithms, handling customer billing, etc. Tim has a passion for German Engineering which shines through in Transloadit and several of his open source projects.
Kevin van Zonneveld — Co-founder
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Before Transloadit Kevin worked as the research & development lead for a hosting company in Amsterdam. As such he was in charge of automating business & sysadmin efforts, and also designed web infrastructure for its customers. His scalability expertise was put to good use in the construction of Transloadit's highly available platform. Kevin continues to improve our back-end as we expand, and also loves to engage with product development and innovation. You can check out his blog where he likes to muse about coding and distributed systems.
Marius Kleidl — Back-end Developer
Marius is a gifted young developer who's taking on some big challenges for us here at Transloadit. His latest projects include tus.io, the coding of our Go SDK, as well as deep research on how to best utilize containers in our next-gen application stack. Marius is as thorough as he is quick in picking up new technology, and he can often be found trolling the support forums to see how he can help our users best enjoy their Transloadit experience.
Fahad Ibnay Heylaal — Front-end Developer
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Vincent Becker — Data Analyst
Vincent is an aspiring mathematician also known as "the puzzle freak". Vincent studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science and is now taking up a study in Mathematics. This makes him a great fit to work on some of our harder mathematical problems such as scaling algorithm optimization.
Milan Vuckovic — Graphic Designer
Milan is a skilled designer hailing from Serbia who's on a mission to make the world a more beautiful place, pixel-by-pixel. You can see Milan's hand at work in our new robot logo, and you'll continue to see more of his pixel perfect work moving forward. Milan is an Adobe Creative Suite expert, and you should check out some of his other great designs
Dennis van de Water — House Photographer
Dennis is a very talented photographer currently residing near Amsterdam. His subjects of choice include landscapes, cityscapes, nature, travel, nightscapes, animals/macro, and time lapse. Dennis provides the artwork used on our homepage and throughout our documentation and demos. We urge you to visit his website to check out more of his amazing work and beautiful photography.
Niels van Hoorn — iOS Developer
Niels is a full stack iOS developer who spends his days working at NRC doing contracting work under his own company: Zeker Waar. For Transloadit, he's in charge of putting together our latest iOS SDK using Apple's brand new Swift language. Niels is a critical thinker, and his capabilities are helping us to provide better service and documentation throughout.
Felix Geisendörfer — Co-founder
Although now an emeritus, Felix's contributions to Transloadit will continue to be felt for years to come. From 2009 until his departure in 2013, Felix was instrumental in taking a budding idea in our heads and transforming it into a profitable startup. He was one of the first contributors to Node.js and continues to work on various other open source projects. Felix is currently working as a contractor developing software in Go, and remains involved with our team.
Joe Danziger — Developer Evangelist
In 2014 and early 2015 Joe helped us spread the love through conferences, hackathons, and various marketing initiatives. He still serves as co-host of the New York Cold Fusion User Group, but also enjoys using more cutting-edge languages like Meteor.js and Go.