I have written papers on things from capitalism and competitive economy in socialism, to the exaggeration and focus of historical views, and on to the equality of persons, of lack their of, and the restrictions of achievement for individuals (hard work doesn't get you everything, and practice won't always make perfect).
After joining eustasy in 2011, I assumed control over the organisation in 2012. Since then it has grown from just 4 young developers to and average of 25-30 individuals creating code and designs using centralized resources every month. Much of the development from early 2013 onwards has been open-sourced, and starting in 2014, all the processes behind the running will be transparent.
I've worked on everything from Open-Source projects I started, largely for my own ends, to small, supporting elements of much larger endeavors towards improving peoples computing experience. I've worked with the passionate designers and developers behind elementary OS, pushed previously one man projects like DeVeDe into the limelight.