Matias Porges ( 1809<b.?<1869) married Maria
Alfred Porges (b. Pribram CZ 27/11/1874)
Henrietta Porges Horacek
Rudolph Porges (b. Prague ?, d. 1972)
Rudolph Porges (b. Prague ?, d. 1972) of Czech nationality,
Georgette Holasova (d. 2008) of Czech nationality.
At the start of the war, Rudolph fled the country leaving his mother
and two sisters there (Rudolph’s mother and one of his sisters
supposedly perished in concentration camps).
He was then joined by his fiancée Georgette who later became
They had to flee Czechoslovakia and settled in the UK.
Ivan and George were born in England, and after the war they moved
back to Czechoslovakia but with the coming of the communists had
to flee the country again and arrived back in England in 1949 where
they lived for over 50 years.
Georges Porges (b. 1941) of Czech nationality, British citizen,
married Bianca Scagliotti (b.1936) of Italian nationality.
|| Chantal Porges, British citizen,
lived in Belgium,
works as journalist and consultant incommunication
Porges, British citizen, lives in Ternat, Belgium,
in the cardiology department of the Cesar Depaepe hospital
Daughter : Lolla
Solange Porges, British citizen, lives in Brussels
||Ivan Porges (b. 21/03/1945, of Czech nationality,
now a US citizen, lives in
married Marlene Khaleel ca 1990.
They run the Porges Enterprises (http://www.PorgesEnterprises.com).
Ivan has three children from a first marriage :
Sacha Nikolas (b. 15/01/1971) home in North Carolina, USA,
Senior Program Manager (2005) at GKN Automotive Driveline Division
Mia Porges, lives in Birmingham UK
Maxim Porges, lives in Orlando (Florida), married 2009 Jessica
here to access the blogs of Maxim Porges : old blog and recent blog
Sources : Chantal Porges (2007),
Marlene Khaleel (2002)
About Maxim Porges
I’ve been Director of Engineering at Highwinds since 2008, providing leadership to the software engineering efforts behind Highwinds’ StrikeTracker console and Content Delivery Network (CDN). Before this, I was Director of Software Architecture at CFI/Westgate Resorts, having occupied various roles in software development, business analysis, project management, & engineering team management during my eleven-year tenure with the company.
I founded and wrote the code behind the open source bytecode-weaving library for ActionScript 3 that became as3-commons-bytecode, and jointly ran a successful Adobe user group with Brian Legros and Adam Fortuna.
I’ve rambled incoherently at a number of industry conferences over the years, on topics ranging from running software teams to best practices for using Java with Adobe technologies. I will one day list all my presentations on my blog, but in the interim if you’re interested in seeing them they can be easily Googled.
Outside of work, when I’m not writing code I can be found either wasting money on designer toys or making people’s ears bleed with my synthesizer collection. My favorite color is orange. I’m married to a surprisingly thrifty shopaholic, and we live in sunny Orlando, FL.