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Bill has far too many years of experience as a systems architect and software developer, working on everything from wiki software for Internet startups to global identity management solutions for Fortune 500 companies. He’s an active member of the Open Source community, and even served as president of the Perl Foundation for a couple of years (but try not to hold that against him). He’s also a long-time user and advocate of Vim, and has given many well-received classes and presentations on Vim to several organizations throughout the US.
Bill gave well received talks/classes at Strange Loop and at the Ohio Linux Fest in 2011.
An additional bio provided for Strange Loop 2013 https://thestrangeloop.com/sessions/21st-century-vim)
This bio as of 8 June 2013.
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