Hampton Lintorn Catlin
Hampton Catlin is the co-founder and CEO of Wordset, an online collaborative dictionary, and rarebit. He is also the inventor of Sass, Haml, and m.wikipedia.org . He's the founder of the libsass project and the author of "The Pragmatic Guide to Sass." He was formerly mobile lead at the Wikimedia Foundation and CTO of Moovweb, helping large companies build better interfaces.
Also, my husband, Michael Lintorn Catlin, has a blog you should checkout if you want to follow what we're up to, non-professionally.
Hampton's Ruby Survey 2008 Results!
Well, i was going to write a whole lot of analysis of the data, but then again, I’m lazy about that kind of stuff. Working on releasing Jabl and Sass is more important.
You can get a nice human-friendly version of the results at http://survey.hamptoncatlin.com!
Also, you can get the data dump here: survey08.yml.gz
A few surprising things. First, more people use jQuery than Prototype. Most Rubyists are agnostic or athiest… only 20% believe in a single god. Most people don’t use Haml. MRI is still the dominant interpreter. And Textmate dominates for editors, but vim beats emacs.