Segue has come to life as a result of many caring individuals and funders, such as those on our Advisory Committee, teachers, and speakers. Yet the actual capabilities of the Segue system would not exist without the pro bono gifts of an extraordinary number of hours spent by technical professionals who have translated the Segue Program's original design into a system that works!
In 2007 and 2008, Frank Huddleston made extensive modifications to the application and the admin programs, including adaptation for schools with "block" schedules that are not the same on all days. He redesigned the self-scheduling web pages, and made substantial changes to the appearance and operation of the admin program that administers the data and operation of the Segue application.
Using Segue's graphic design concept for its new look in 2009, Suhas Jakkaraju took on the challenge, and contributed many hours of time, to translate these ideas into a site that is easy to navigate and to which we are now proud to send speakers and teachers.
Segue's presence on the web, and its hosting, is due to the ongoing contribution of the Batra family and the caring technical expertise of Jas Batra and Manpreet Batra that make sure the site is always available for the community to utilize.
Early on it was the persistent expertise of Glenn Lingle and the many hours he contributed that helped Segue's application evolve to be quicker and easier for stakeholders to use, as well as to create an easy-to-use interface for the administration of key functions of the system. Glenn built on Segue's original design that was transformed from concept to actual code (that worked!) by an associate professor at Cal Lutheran University.