Amjith Ramanujam couldn't find a tool he wanted, so he wrote pgcli, a command line interface for Postgres. A few years later, he passed the torch to another contributor, Irina, to focus on being a father.
Katrina Owen created Exercism, a platform to gain fluency in programming languages, to solve her own needs. Today, Exercism supports more than 50 programming languages, written and used by developers in over 200 countries.
Mario Ponce is a father, an immigrant, a builder, and a developer.
When Ariya Hidayat is not a VP of Engineering, he maintains PhantomJS, one of the most popular tools used by companies to write automated integration test for web applications.
Eric Holscher started Read the Docs, a documentation hosting platform, as a side project. Now that it generates over 250 million page views a year, Eric has begun to explore a path to sustainability.
Alicia Carr is a mentor, a grandma, and a developer. She created Pevo, an app for domestic violence survivors to find information, shelters, and local laws when resources are needed most.
Lisa Lang is a teacher, a fashion designer, and a developer.
Kris Nova quickly developed a passion for open source software. Now she gets to work on open source tooling at her day job, which includes maintaining Kubernetes Operations (kops).
Amy Dickens is a student, a sound engineer, and a developer.
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