Here's the nomination I submitted:
On that topic, a quick tip I read somewhere that has proved very useful:
when writing markup (be it TeX, reST, markdown or asciidoc), break lines in a natural place to break your sentence! Make your written lines stand on their own. All sorts of benefits come from that! For example, you will quickly spot sentences that are too long, and you will get a lot more mileage from line-oriented UNIX text processing tools.
Here's an example of an AsciiDoc prose diff:
- OpenDevise, Inc.Vice President, 2013 - present
- Red Hat, Inc.Principal Software Engineer, Author, Open Source Advocate, 2013
- Benefit Software Inc.
- TeleCommunication Systems
- SI International
- CodeRyte, Inc.
During a short stint at the University of California, Santa Barbara, following his graduation from Cornell University, Dan became captivated by the world of free and Open Source software (FOSS). It was his involvement in FOSS while living in California that helped him transition into the software development industry. He gradually discovered the combination of Linux and the Java EE platform to be the ideal blend on which to build his professional career. In his search for a robust Web framework, Dan discovered Seam, which was quickly granted this most coveted spot in his development toolbox. The rest, as they say, is history.
Dan lives with his wife and pet chinchilla in Laurel, MD, where he can often be found shouting at the TV during sporting events or working out his golf swing at the driving range. When not at home, he's likely traveling to worldwide software conferences and savoring Belgian beer and chocolate.
- Cornell UniversityMaterials Science & Engineering, 1996 - 2000
- University of California, Santa BarbaraMaterials Science, 2000 - 2001
- Col. Zadok Magruder High School
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