Brave also announced that Yan Zhu and Marshall T. Rose recently joined the company as senior members of its technical staff. Yan Zhu joined Brave from the Yahoo security team and is a technology fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. She previously worked on the Tor project and at the Freedom of the Press Foundation, where she co-developed the SecureDrop platform. Zhu received her Bachelor in Physics from MIT, and was a PhD candidate in Physics at Stanford University prior to creating Privacy Badger for Firefox.
Marshall Rose is a prominent author, implementor, and contributor to open standards at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in areas that include electronic mail and network management. He is an active open source developer, particularly in the Internet of Things. He also co-founded the first Internet commercial payments system. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine.
"We are thrilled to have Yan and Marshall join our team, as both have a stellar track record in developing innovative technologies. They will play an instrumental role in delivering our upcoming standards-based solution to radically improve the Web experience," said Brendan Eich, President and CEO.
Zhu and Rose are the latest additions to Brave's engineering team, whose members have held key roles at technology leaders such as Mozilla, Facebook, Khan Academy, Evernote, and Yahoo. Interested developers are encouraged to contact Brave at https://www.brave.com.
SOURCE Brave Software