A few weeks ago we asked a group of customers to participate in a survey to help us better understand the reasons why some customers sign up for RPM but either never deploy the RPM agent or wait sometimes months to do so. To encourage participation, we promised to do a couple of things. First every completed survey would result in a donation to help with Haiti Relief. Second, one lucky entrant’s name would be drawn from the list at random and be awarded an Apple iPad®. The winner of the drawing was Tammer Saleh.
Tammer is a pretty amazing guy. He wrote Shoulda, the testing framework, and co-authored Hoptoad, when he was with ThoughtBot. He also wrote, with Chad Pytel, the book Rails AntiPatterns: Best Practice Ruby on Rails Refactoring.
Today, Tammer lives and works in San Francisco, running his own application development firm. You can reach him at http://tammersaleh.com/ or on twitter @tsaleh. Congratulations, Tammer. Nice pose!