David A. Buser
David has managed software development teams for nearly two decades. He learned to fly in Maine in the middle of the winter, and dealing with the vagaries of Maine weather as student pilot inspired him to create the original grid view that eventually grew into WeatherSpork. As he progressed though additional ratings such as his CFII and MEI, he created the much-loved Meteogram and Route Profile views. More recently, David obtained his Cessna Citation CJ3 type rating and is now flying right seat in the CJ when he’s not at his desk building the next great feature of WeatherSpork! For more information about David, you can visit his LinkedIn page.
Scott is a former NWS research meteorologist and an instrument flight instructor. He has written over 150 articles for various aviation magazines to include IFR, Plane & Pilot, Pilot Journal, Aviation Consumer, Flying, and Twin & Turbine magazines just to name a few. He also co-authored a new book entitled, Pilot Weather: From solo to the airlines. Scott has a B.S. in Atmospheric Science from the University of Maryland, M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, University College and is now working on his PhD in Infrastructures & Environmental Systems from the University of North Carolina. Scott has logged over 4,000 hours of flight time (3,000 hours in technically advanced aircraft) and has been flying since the mid 1990s. He’s always had a love for weather and aviation since childhood and is enjoying his true vocation of teaching. For more information about Scott, you can visit his contact page.