TechSource started as a personal blog of Jun Auza (thus the domain name) in July 2007. He created the site to serve as a venue to chronicle his life's digital journey. TechSource covers diverse topics related to technology. However, it mainly focuses on Linux, Android, and other open-source software-related stuff.
Considered by many as one of the most popular Linux/FOSS blogs on the planet, TechSource has appeared on the front pages of Digg, Reddit, Hacker News and other social networking sites. Some of its articles have also been featured on a number of influential sites like CNET, Engadget, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, Guardian.co.uk, Linux.com, Distrowatch, LinuxToday, and other not-so-famous but relevant sites and blogs. In its home country, the Philippines, junauza.com is ranked as one of the top 50 blogs (#9) in 2010.
TechSource has now evolved into a full-fledged tech site/blog and has hired several contributors and invited guest writers/bloggers to keep the engine running. Here are some of the key people who made it all happen:
Jun manages the day-to-day site operation and serves as editor-in-chief. He is now taking a semi-hiatus in blogging/writing to focus on other web projects. To get to know him a little better, join his circle of friends at Google Plus.
Abhishek is one of the most prolific and efficient writers here at TechSource. His articles are always engaging and sometimes controversial :) He is also the owner of the up-and-coming blog called TechLaze.
John Carl P. Villanueva
John is a former Physics teacher who serves as one of our earliest contributors. He also blogs about open source software at Steaming Open Cup and is now a successful freelance writer.
Sukrit is our go-to-guy when writing about complex topics but he has also written simple how-to articles just for fun. He is the owner of SevenAcross.
The only rose among the thorns, Antonette is our certified gadgets correspondent. She mainly writes about Android devices such as smartphones, tablets, and many more.
Jose Marie Maranan
A Java hacker by day, Python lover by night, JM has shared with us some of his Pythonic experiences. He and Jun Auza are the founding members of Pinoy Python Users group. Join JM @ G+
Danny, a.k.a. Dannybuntu, has been a guest blogger during the early years of TechSource. He is now an active entrepreneur both online and offline.
Miguel Antonino Varela
A software engineer, Miguel contributes for Tech Source during his spare time. He mainly writes about the local tech scene and keeps us updated with the latest gadget releases. Miguel @ linkedin.
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