Brad Fitzpatrick recently realized he has spent over half his life immersed in the world of open source, from his initial steps in high school. His first OSCON was in 2001. In the years since, he’s written a bunch of code and learned a few things. Brad shares wisdom (and amusing anecdotes) from his path through various open source projects over the years.
Brad Fitzpatrick is a software engineer at Google working on the Go programming language. He’s a hacker probably best known for LiveJournal, memcached, and OpenID.
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