Julie Moronuki is one of the authors of Haskell Programming from First Principles. She has a master's degree in linguistics and taught English, English as a second language, philosophy, linguistics, and medical transcription for over ten years. When she is not writing Haskell, writing about Haskell, or teaching Haskell at a thriving meetup in Austin, she homeschools her two children, pickles everything in sight, and adopts too many pets.
Chris Martin has a master's degree in computer science from Georgia Tech. He previously worked for Georgia Tech Research Institute and was cofounder and CTO of Fold. Currently, he works for Hijro writing a blockchain in Haskell. Chris tries to increase public awareness of NixOS, appropriate git hygiene, and the power of good documentation. He enjoys barefoot running, sour beers, and arguing with Julie about math.