Erik Michaels-Ober is a software developer and entrepreneur in San Francisco, California. Since graduating from Carnegie Mellon University in 2005, he has been a founder and CTO of startups that have raised more than $4.5 million in venture capital. He contributes to various open-source software projects and just wrapped up the summer as a Ruby Summer of Code mentor.

Today is a Whyday!

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Today is a Whyday!

What is Whyday? It’s a day dedicated to Why the Lucky Stiff, a programming hero of mine. He created Why’s Poignant Guide to Ruby, which served as my introduction to the Ruby programming language. He’s also authored a massive collection of open-source projects, including Camping, a small… Continue Reading