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Andy Lester has been developing business software for 25 years, back when "interface design" meant drawing arrows with asterisks to show the user which disk drive to put the floppy in. He works extensively in open source and is the creator of the ack code search tool and many Perl modules. He also wrote "Land the Tech Job You Love", published by Pragmatic Bookshelf, and blogs about technology and work life.

Andy Lester has been a software developer for over 25 years and has spoken at technical conferences large and small for a decade. He's the creator of the code search tool ack and has written or maintains dozens of Perl modules such as WWW::Mechanize. Andy is the author of the book Land the Tech Job You Love from Pragmatic Bookshelf, and blogs about programming, job hunting and work life.

Andy Lester is a software developer and author. For over twenty years, he's worked on and managed teams large and small, from tiny offices to worldwide collaboration. Andy blogs about issues facing the technology worker in The Working Geek (http://theworkinggeek.com). His experiences hiring developers led him to write "Land The Tech Job You Love: Why Skills and Luck Are Not Enough" (Pragmatic Bookshelf, 2009).

Andy Lester has been a developer for over 25 years, and jumped into Perl and open source in the 90s. He's the creator of code search tool ack and has written or maintains dozens of Perl modules such as WWW::Mechanize. Andy also blogs about programming, job hunting and work life and is the author of the book Land the Tech Job You Love from Pragmatic Bookshelf.

Andy Lester has been writing software professionally since the mid-80s, and working in open source since the mid-90s. His projects range from ack, a source code search tool, to bobby-tables.com, a site to teach novices to avoid SQL injection. Andy’s experiences hiring programmers led him to write Land the Tech Job You Love (Pragmatic Bookshelf, 2009), and he blogs about programming, careers and work life.

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