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Don Goodman-Wilson

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Don Goodman-Wilson, Founder is a philosopher-engineer who focuses on ethics in tech and empowering software maintainers. Don is the founder of the [DevRel Salon](https://www.devrel.salon/), sits on the board of the [Maintainerati Foundation](https://maintainerati.org/), and is an active contributor to the [Ethical Source Working Group](https://ethicalsource.dev/). In previous lives, Don has worked with startups in such diverse fields as open source development, web security, chatbots, streaming media, embedded hardware, and the Japanese model railroading industry; he also holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis. Don enjoys statically typed languages and sailing, lives with his wife and daughter in Amsterdam, a laments the passing of shibuya-kei. Don Goodman-Wilson, Founder is a philosopher-engineer who focuses on ethics in tech and empowering software maintainers. Don is the founder of the [DevRel Salon](https://www.devrel.salon/), sits on the board of the [Maintainerati Foundation](https://maintainerati.org/), and is an active contributor to the [Ethical Source Working Group](https://ethicalsource.dev/). In previous lives, Don has worked with startups in such diverse fields as open source development, web security, chatbots, streaming media, embedded hardware, and the Japanese model railroading industry; he also holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis. Don enjoys statically typed languages and sailing, lives with his wife and daughter in Amsterdam, a laments the passing of shibuya-kei. Don Goodman-Wilson, Founder is a philosopher-engineer who focuses on ethics in tech and empowering software maintainers. Don is the founder of the [DevRel Salon](https://www.devrel.salon/), sits on the board of the [Maintainerati Foundation](https://maintainerati.org/), and is an active contributor to the [Ethical Source Working Group](https://ethicalsource.dev/). In previous lives, Don has worked with startups in such diverse fields as open source development, web security, chatbots, streaming media, embedded hardware, and the Japanese model railroading industry; he also holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis. Don enjoys statically typed languages and sailing, lives with his wife and daughter in Amsterdam, a laments the passing of shibuya-kei. Don Goodman-Wilson, Founder is a philosopher-engineer who focuses on ethics in tech and empowering software maintainers. Don is the founder of the [DevRel Salon](https://www.devrel.salon/), sits on the board of the [Maintainerati Foundation](https://maintainerati.org/), and is an active contributor to the [Ethical Source Working Group](https://ethicalsource.dev/). In previous lives, Don has worked with startups in such diverse fields as open source development, web security, chatbots, streaming media, embedded hardware, and the Japanese model railroading industry; he also holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis. Don enjoys statically typed languages and sailing, lives with his wife and daughter in Amsterdam, a laments the passing of shibuya-kei. Don Goodman-Wilson, Founder is a philosopher-engineer who focuses on ethics in tech and empowering software maintainers. Don is the founder of the [DevRel Salon](https://www.devrel.salon/), sits on the board of the [Maintainerati Foundation](https://maintainerati.org/), and is an active contributor to the [Ethical Source Working Group](https://ethicalsource.dev/). In previous lives, Don has worked with startups in such diverse fields as open source development, web security, chatbots, streaming media, embedded hardware, and the Japanese model railroading industry; he also holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis. Don enjoys statically typed languages and sailing, lives with his wife and daughter in Amsterdam, a laments the passing of shibuya-kei.