After the Japanese Tsunami I was amazed that there was no authoritative reference for what was going to happen to Fukishima - would it melt down or could it explode? Even the press didn't know and were perpetually publishing conflicting reports. I thought it would be amazing if there were a way to field your questions to a group of top nuclear physicists at a university and so went away and built Pingpanel.
- Peter Nixey, Founder
After completing his degree in Physics at Oxford, Peter went on to study in the University Medical Vision Dept. He then created a small software development business called Sitefire and then in summer ‘07 Peter started Clickpass and was accepted into the Y-Combinator investment programme. After selling Clickpass to Yola.com and spending eighteen months working with the company, Peter went on to throw himself back into coding and developing, with the result being Pingpanel.com.
Rob has just joined the development team, bringing substantial PHP and Ruby experience to the table.
We're based at 201 Mission ST, Suite 2250, SF 94105