Subj. I mean people not the company
Posted on 2004-10-19 15:24:36 by The Svin
I believe a programmer called Dom Basile is responsible for alot of it.

Actually check out this link:
Posted on 2004-10-19 15:26:35 by death
Isn't Matt Pietrek working on it currently?

Looks like he might not be working on it currently?
"In March 2004, I moved to Issaquah, Washington to work for Microsoft on the Visual Studio team. So far, I'm loving it!"
Posted on 2004-10-19 15:51:44 by bitRAKE
Matt Pietrek is indeed working for MS. He also put up a blog:
He also mentioned Dom Basile (and other NuMega people) in one of his posts.
Posted on 2004-10-19 16:13:51 by death
matt pietrek was working on DriverStudio:BoundsChecker (back in Numega Days), not on SoftICE.

from Fravia's

Dom Basile Wizard extraordinaire
Tom Guinther Symbol engine, loader
Dan Babcock Symbol engine
Gerald Ryckman Win95 porting & debugging
Ray Hsu Video & mouse support
Posted on 2004-10-19 17:21:02 by wizzra
I miss-read the following paragraph from the interview link above:
The two founders, Jim and Frank, are great guys. I still see them semi-regularly, and live in the same small town as they do. I wasn?t even formally interviewed. I just talked to them on the phone on two separate occasions, with most of conversation being about what I?d do to improve SoftIce. I was totally shocked when they called with a job offer. I certainly felt under qualified.
Posted on 2004-10-19 17:58:11 by bitRAKE
Jhon Robbins was a part of the five member team in creating softice
He left Numega after boundscheckker and smartcheck was made ............
and now is at Microsoft ...
He has done a lot for debugging....
as much as Matt pitreick has done for programming
Posted on 2004-10-19 22:09:05 by nickdigital
do you remember the "versio" command easter egg in winice.. eh, 4.x i guess? it showed the entire development team, and "a word to the wise" :)
Posted on 2004-10-20 04:12:30 by lifewire