Mark Riley
Mark Riley

- CEO and Principal Engineer -

In addition to being Eucleo's top software engineer and technical mind, Mark is responsible for Eucleo's day to day operations and leading the charge to define Eucleo's future direction and success. Mark also spearheads the development of Eucleo's technical strategy.

Mark co-founded Eucleo in late 2010 with long-time co-worker, office mate, and close friend: Adrian Porter. Their vision at the time was to provide a lean and highly talented development team that could support the Warfighter more rapidly and efficiently than the behemoths bloated by overhead. Starting with three employees, Eucleo has doubled in size.

Mark's technical ability is legend among anyone with whom he has worked. His clear minded and clean approach to software creation is world class and highly coveted. Mark has broad experience with over a dozen programming languages, and deep experience in almost as many. However, it is with Java and associated systems that Mark shines. Mark is a true Java expert and provides technical advice of the highest integrity.


Adrian Porter
Adrian Porter

- CFO and Principal Engineer -

A top thinker in the fields of Software Engineering and Computer Science, Adrian also manages Eucleo's day to day finances. As a co-founder of the company, he is fully dedicated to its mission and success, and works regularly with Mark and the rest of the company to ensure that we are constantly improving as a whole.

Adrian holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, in Blacksburg, VA, and received his early education in the highly respected Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Adrian has deep knowledge of Java and C++ with significant experience in at least a dozen more languages and technologies. Most recently, Adrian's technical interests have focused on Android development, specializing in integrating with new and leading edge hardware of various types.


Mary Grabher
Mary Grabher

- Senior Software Engineer -

In addition to being an excellent overall software engineer, Mary has become highly sought after for her design and implementation advice regarding user interface development. With a mind that sees problems in a unique light, Mary often provides brand new perspectives and approaches that end up becoming institutions across the team.

Mary received her Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Arizona. In addition to a love for user interface design and human-computer interactions, Mary has come to love the constant set of fresh challenges that always come with Android App development.


David Itkin
David Itkin

- Senior Person of Interest -

David Itkin is Eucleo's wisdom backbone. With an outstanding set of software architecture, design and development skills, David also has the most real-world experience. His opinions are always valued, grounded in a thorough understand of computer science and software engineering, coupled with a rich set of work experiences.

In addition to constantly honing his software engineering skills, David is also interested in several areas of computer science, mostly centered around algorithms and number theory. David has complete and thorough knowledge of Java and C++, and just about the same level with many many more languages and technologies. The guy has just been there and done everything.


Lance Whitesel
Lance Whitesel

- Senior Software Engineer -

Lance Whitesel is Eucleo's top glue man. In addition to a rock solid set of software engineering skills, Lance also has a great set of communications skills. This combination has helped him develop an ability to explain complex problems in simple terms. This thought process naturally spills into a love for working together with teams of outstanding engineers to create great software.

Lance received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University of Mary Washington, and received his Master of Computer Science and Software Engineering from George Mason University. His primary interests are simple software construction, test driven development and other automated testing techniques as much as possible, creating software that makes complex problems appear simple, and most importantly: using any and all of his skills to somehow save lives.


Steve Stanfield
Steve Stanfield

- Senior Software Engineer -

After working side by side with many of the Eucleo engineers for over five years, both he and Eucleo realized what a great match they were for each other, and in 2016 decided to join forces. Steve has been in the software engineering field for 22 years and has spent that time honing a set of skills that specialize in the place where software and hardware meet. Steve has extensive experience with Java and Android, OpenGL and C/C++, all of which he put to use for a project called Crystal Hull, which provides a way for a user to remotely see a 360 degree view of any arbitrary space using a specialized set of cameras, an Oculus Rift viewing device, and some really cool software designed by Steve.

Steve received his Bachelor of Computer Science degree from the University of North Florida. It was during his college years when he developed a love for his favorite hobby, scuba diving. To this day, Steve regularly dives whenever he gets a chance.


Ethan Pilot
Ethan Pilot

- Software Engineer -

After a successful internship during the summer of 2014, Eucleo eagerly recruited and hired Ethan Pilot. This young man is humble and always willing to learn from the team, but he has also proved himself to be an excellent software engineer on his own. His skills range from client-server development to full lifecycle Android work, but he draws the most enjoyment from thorough documentation. His other areas of interest include E-Commerce and Cryptocurrency, particularly altcoins.
Ethan is not yet a full time employee for Eucleo, as he is currently finishing degrees in Chemical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Virginia. He is set to graduate in 2016.
In his spare time, Ethan enjoys sailing, reading, and backpacking. The latter activity developed from a long and successful career with Boy Scouts, where he earned the highly coveted rank of Eagle Scout.


Matthew Bird
Matthew Bird

- Software Engineer -

Matthew Bird’s story started with a Bitcamp Hackathon award, which involved mapping real-time data into an Oculus Rift headset. This achievement led to an internship with DARPA, which is where he was discovered by Eucleo. After successfully improving the performance of an algorithm to manage and display digital elevation data, Eucleo realized that Matthew would be a fantastic addition to the team, and proceeded acquire him as a part time employee.
In addition to continuing his work for Eucleo, Matthew is a full-time student, working on a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is scheduled to graduate in 2017. He is primarily interested in mastering Java, C++ and Python programming, but also spends a lot of time collecting scripts and programming bits for a personal library.
In his spare time, Matthew enjoys paintballing, flying quadcopters, playing “Humans vs. Zombies” at college, which involves nerf guns and a hypothetical zombie apocalypse.