Eric Steven Raymond (born December 4, 1957), often referred to as ESR , is an American computer programmer , author and open source software advocate. After the 1997 publication of The Cathedral and the Bazaar , Raymond was for a number of years frequently quoted as an unofficial spokesman for the open source movement . [ 2 ] He is also known for his 1990 edit and later updates of the Jargon File , currently in print as the The New Hacker's Dictionary . [ 3 ] [ edit ] Biography
Recent Interviews/Articles Tim O'Reilly interviewed by Forbes Editor Jon Bruner -- April 2012. Forbes editor Jon Bruner interviewed me at #whereconf .
So, the other day when I signed onto FourSquare for the first time in a while I found 442 people waiting for me. As I looked through the names I saw the same names that had first added me onto Twitter. And Dopplr. And Google Reader. And Facebook. And FriendFeed.
Out of curiosity, I went to SimplyHired , a vertical search engine for jobs, and looked for openings containing the keyword “evangelist.” Amazingly, there were 611 matches--and none were for churches. It seems that “evangelist” is now a secular, mainstream job title. Indeed, the first eight matches were for evangelist jobs at Microsoft--go figure. As people hit the streets with this title, they need a foundation of the fundamental principles of evangelism.
Kawasaki est peut-être le premier à avoir véritablement théorisé le job d'évangéliste by Aug 31
J. Michael Arrington (born March 13, 1970 in Huntington Beach, California) is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of TechCrunch , a blog covering startups and technology news. Arrington attended Claremont McKenna College (BA Economics, 1992) and Stanford Law School (JD, 1995) and practiced as a corporate and securities lawyer at two law firms: O’Melveny & Myers and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. His clients included idealab , Netscape , Pixar , Apple and a number of startups, venture funds and investment banks. He also co-authored a book on initial public offerings.