Eric S. Raymond | Open Source

Eric S. Raymond was born on December 4, 1957 in Boston, Massachusetts. Raymond is an open source advocate. His essay turn book "The Cathedral and the Bazaar" has inspired many to embrace the open source movement and has become a classic resource in arguing its benefits in software development. Raymond's essay "How to Become a Hacker" is the definitive guide for anyone wanting to make a significant contribution as a programmer.









Eric Wilhelm | Instructables

image credit: jyri/FlickrEric Wilhelm is the founder of Instructables, a user generated do-it-yourself website. Wilhelm also co-founded Squid Labs.





Evan Spiegel | Snapchat

image source: Alifazal/Wikipedia Evan Spiegel attended Stanford University where he co-founded Snapchat with Robert Murphy and Reggie Brown. Snapchat is a mobile video and photo messaging application.



Evan Williams | Twitter

image source: Joi/FlickrEvan Williams was born on March 31, 1972. He attended University of Nebraska. Williams co-founded Pyra Labs with Meg Hourihan which launched Blogger on August 23, 1999. In February 2003 Pryra Labs was acquired by Google. Williams is probably most known for being the co-founder and CEO of Twitter, a social networking and micro-blogging site, along with Biz Stone and Jack Dorsey.






Feross Aboukhadijeh | YouTube Instant

image credit: Feross Aboukhadijeh/ferros.orgFeross Aboukhadijeh is the creator of YouTube Instant ( that he launched on September 10, 2010. Youtube Instant, inspired by Google Instant, is a website that allows users to search the YouTube video database as they type. Ferross is currently a computer science student at Stanford University and a software engineer intern at Facebook.


YouTube Instant Creator: Feross Aboukhadijeh YouTube Instant - NBC Interview ("Instant Success")


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