"I would prefer even to fail with honor than succeed by fraud."
—Sophocles, c. 450 B.C.
We understand that similarity and plagiarism are two very different things.
We encourage collaboration and code reuse, when appropriate.
We seek to legitimize online education such as MOOCs.
We stand for honesty, integrity, and transparency.
We believe, "Give credit where credit is due."
We were unknowingly plagiarized.
We were recently students.
We are here for you.
Tony graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Science, Tech, and Society concentrated in Business & Info Tech.
He developed the first suite of customer support tools for Lightsquared, a satellite-powered wholesale 4G/LTE network, with only 8 months of programming experience.
Tony also founded GraphMuse with Chuck, an invitation engine for Facebook apps. Some customers included RockYou and Fitocracy who issued over 1.5 million queries per month to the GraphMuse API.
He also fenced epee for the University of Pennsylvania. Have a question? Tony is available 24/7 at email@example.com.
Chuck graduated Magna Cum Laude from Cornell with a B.S. in Computer Science concentrating in Graphics and Math and a minor in Electrical Engineering.
For his senior year project at Cornell, Chuck created a brainwave-controlled Pong video game using a custom-built EEG device powered by an Arduino microcontroller. He was featured in the NYT, Popular Science, and many other media outlets.
His other projects include an x86 32-bit OS in C/ASM and an aircraft simulator using his own 3D game engine.
Need to contact Chuck? He's happy to help at firstname.lastname@example.org.