Things have been moving fast around here at The Changelog!

Our editorial staff is growing and we’ve been hard at work covering what’s fresh and new in open source. I know you’ve seen this fella around over the past few weeks, but we haven’t properly introduced him yet. That’s my fault.

I’m proud to introduce Adam Jahnke as the latest member of the team.

Adam Jahnke

By day Adam works as a Programmer with me at Pure Charity. He’s a lover of minimalism, and he’s super passionate about writing code, especially CoffeeScript, Ruby and Sass. His Front-end Fu is good. Adam is also the co-founder (along side Wynn) of the popular dotfiles project on GitHub — unapologetically dubbed “Your unofficial guide to dotfiles on GitHub.”

Adam topped the charts, hitting #1, on Hacker News with his Opinion post Use long flags when scripting.

Adam shares is thoughts on OSS and software development here at The Changelog, social codes at GitHub, tweets on Twitter and chooses hope at Pure Charity. Follow him.


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