I started using Stack Overflow while working on a JBoss product at Red Hat. I was also part of an internal skunkworks project that built a publishing tool that reframed how Red Hat creates and publishes technical content to this day. Hence the majority of my answers around that era focus on app servers and content tools, as the "learn and do and share" loop of learning emerged as a force multiplier for myself and my time.
These days I work on the product side of quantum computing at Quantum Brilliance. We're building a range of open source and commercial tools to support both the community and our internal teams, as we collectively pursue the goal of quantum utility.
If you have any questions about quantum computing, technical writing, content publishing product development, or open source, I'm here to help.