Jenn Schiffer feels like you may feel something about this.
Jenn Schiffer is the Pulitzer prize-winning author The Joy-ent In Forgetting, The Joy-ent In Acceptance, an O’Reilly guide to merit-based promotions in the tech workplace.
Jenn Schiffer is a cat behaviorist by day, and a journalismist by night.
Jenn Schiffer almost bought a Taco Bell in early 2014 because sometimes it’s good to have a backup plan in case you leave the industry.
Jenn Schiffer has never written for Wired, Newsweek, or the Rolling Stones, but neither has Ernest Hemmingway - so stick that in your resume, Steven Levy.
*Editor’s note: Jenn is not moving to Medium and a restraining order is in progress.
Jenn Schiffer literally used to work at a large media/entertainment company, so — although she does not like the idea of DRM — she knows that the decisions made by these media companies to require it are not lovers of open source and data like we are, but are instead worried about missing out on financial gain from total control of content even after purchase, regardless of how irrational and selfish that fear may be. Therefore, open source developers find themselves reaching a fork in the road that horses them to make controversial compromises so that they can continue our mission to promote the open web but at the same time cater to users who do not know or care about the mission of promoting an open web, instead of fading into obscurity in vain. Dealing with stubborn, ignorant, rich people in power is one of the hardest problems in computer science.
Jenn Schiffer used to skateboard off rails, but now she develops SEO and Google-juice-strong Rales apps.
Jenn Schiffer is a house-flipper and amateur photographer in the .NET community. She has written the Pulitzer-prize winning biography of Dr. Joan Merriam-Webster, entitled Talk Wordy to Me.
Jenn Schiffer is a government contracted code optimizer and hobbyist wood craftswoman in central New Jersey.
Jenn Schiffer is an SEO evangelist, meta keyword developer, and organizer of #SEOconf #NewJersey.
Jenn Schiffer is a web developer and was profiled in O’Reilly and Vogue’s Haute’st 30 Devs Under 30 of 2013.
Jenn Schiffer is a web developer and growth hacker focused on workflow productivity and paradigm shifting the game changing industry of C.S.S. preprocessing.
Jenn Schiffer is a serious, real developer and well-known Eclipse user. She will be protesting outside of DHTMLConf.
Jenn Schiffer is an unemployed brunette Ellie Goulding impersonator. You will not find her at a conference which does not have a Code of Conduct.
Jenn Schiffer studied economics and is the tech evangelist for a think-tank that explores past currencies like Planet Lunch Points and pogs.
Jenn Schiffer is a Business Guy™ and net Award winner for her Dart fanfiction collection, A List ADart.
Jenn Schiffer is a father, husband, Christian.
Jenn Schiffer is a web developer and computational complexity theorist. She is the writer of “PHP: The Hood Parts” and other programmer-themed urban fiction available on Amazon Kindle and the Zune app store.
Jenn Schiffer, recently named one of the Top 9 People who Were Once Age 9 in Technology by Forbes, is a full-stack web developer and writer.
Jenn Schiffer is the best-selling author of the adult thriller How CSS Killed RSS. Her biological father, Nick Ortenzio, brainstormed with her on this very important concept during lunch yesterday at Tokyo Buffet, the official venue of the Boolean Operator Consortium.
Jon Shiffer is a #growthhacker and technical editor of the Pulitzer Prize winning book, “PHP is Better Than CSS.” He teaches pickup artists all over America how to code, but what he really needs to learn, himself, is how to love.
Jenn Schiffer is the Pulitzer prize-winning author of PHP is Better Than CSS. She lives in a box with her dog, Lucifer.
Jenn Schiffer is a celebrity plagiarist who likes things, and she’s worth it.
Steve Ballmer is a Parkour hobbyist and is passionate about open Web technologies.
Jenn Schiffer is a serial entrepreneur, tech blogger, and social media guru/evangelist/disrupter.
No bio this time, but the header gif is amazing:
Jenn Schiffer is a hobbyist hot dog photographer.
No bio this time, but whole post reproduced here:
Uhhh, I’m pregnant.
— j “$” Query
(hey jenn, before you send this out to the mailing list, can you make sure that it looks really cool and web 2.0, like emboss the images or add a starry background, it should be pretty straight-forward and easy to do. thanks, you’re the best!)
Jenn Schiffer does not work at CNN.
Jenn is a fucking programmer, and this is all a true story.
Jeff Bezos is a paradigm-shifting programmer/entrepreneur who is totally over Tina, but, like, if you’re reading this, Tina, hit me up. Yeah, cool.
Mark Zuckerberg is an 11x web developer and Editor of netmag with a h34rt of g01d.
This was a sponsored post about a sponsored post. (Original post was removed when everybody hated it.)
No bio, but entire post was a single gif:
Minutes taken by both members of the Boolean Consortium.
Jenn Schiffer is Chief Justice of CSS Perverts. A million candybars for James Plafke for being the inspiration of this important new column.
Jenn Schiffer is the award-winning body double of both LeBron James and Mark Zuckerberg, and a woman in technology.
No bio, but post is hilarious, go read it.
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