A Reading from the Book of Ruby
From the beginning of my career, I’ve been tending smaller and smaller. From consulting gig, to Government enterprise, to 300 person company, to smaller Government enterprise (never again) to a publishing company… Each one getting smaller in size, and feel. Agile, dynamic companies full of smart people is where it’s at.
I’ve also realised that I want to make things that matter to me, and one thing I’m really passionate about is developers. I *love* helping people and I love making cool shit, so being able to help people make cool shit is really exciting to me. I also think that people need time to think, to work and act… Doing things manually that aren’t valuable wastes the most valuable thing any given person has, their mind. I want to help free them.
Both of these put me on a trajectory to one single possible outcome, which I’ve chosen to put in
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My bailiwick is to make it better for Ruby developers to use the product, including improving the gems, writing better documentation and building the community. Plus, a unique opportunity to use my personality to insult people all over the world! If you want to offend your manager, disrupt your office and get kicked out of your favorite bar for getting shouty about whether RSpec shits all over Test::Unit (It does), let me know. Hell, even if you just want help with the Sauce Gem or tests from Ruby land, hit me up.