I'm the guy behind the new vb compiler for Mono and my name is Rolf Bjarne Kvinge. Yeah, that's right, you're probably not going to be able to pronounce it unless you know some scandinavian language (not even my wife can). And for the record: I have one first name (Rolf), one middle name (Bjarne) and one last name (Kvinge). Especially people from the Spanish-speaking world think I have one first name and two last names (it probably comes from the fact that in Spain everyone gets two last names, one from the father and one from the mother, and if you have only one, it's sort of like you don't know who is your father...).
You have no idea how many ways I've seen my name spelled and pronounced (and even though I really think my first name is really easy to spell), though Raulf Jarve is one of the better ones (you'd think journalists would spend more time on checking these kind of things, but this one obviously didn't - if google returns 2 (two) results for it something should tell you there's something wrong).
When I was living in Brazil they pronounced my name something like "Houlfi", in Argentina/Spain it's like "RRRRRRolf", in English it's with the English "R", it's only the French that is able to pronounce my first name more or less the way I do in Norwegian... and here in Spain I normally have to spell even my first name for them to be able to pronounce it (normally it will be either turn out Raul, Ralph, Rodolfo or Rudolf otherwise), but then they normally get it right.
Regarding my middle name and my last name I've learnt that it's completely useless to try to teach anyone how to pronounce them, so just call me Rolf, ok?