Tudor Gîrba (tudorgirba.com) is a software environmentalist and co-founder of feenk.com where he works with an amazing team on Glamorous Toolkit (gtoolkit.com), a novel IDE that enables moldable development (moldabledevelopment.com). In 2014, he won the prestigious Dahl-Nygaard Junior Prize for his software engineering research (aito.org), being the only recipient of that prize that was not a university professor.
Moldable development is a way of programming through which you construct custom tools for each problem. Software is shapeless. We, humans, need a shape to reason about anything. Tools provide the shape of software. By molding our tools to match the context of our systems, every problem in software can be exhibited in a way that a human can relate to and reason about.
Alex Bolboaca is a programmer, CTO, author, trainer and coach at Mozaic Works, focused on helping technical strategies evolve to the levels required by businesses.