Tony Narlock is a prolific open source software contributor who worked his way up from being the boy with the Tux hoody at school who was once mocked for Linux never being ready for gaming (try saying that today), to late nights installing Gentoo from stage 1 on his home computer, to participating in the Google Summer of Code 2008 and his local school's Linux User Group, to making his first patches via diff(1), just at the end of the generation where Slashdot, cvs/subversion were the staple things part of every geek's life. With the coming of git and GitHub, his reciprocal contributions to the open source community surged to over 100 open source projects.
In 2008, he began working at startup companies in NYC and SF, and has presented at schools and universities at home and abroad. He has worked as a founding engineer at a YCombinator company and an acquihire.
He is the author of tmuxp and libtmux, python libraries used to load projects and pilot tmux. In addition, he is the author of the Tao of tmux, a popular and freely available introduction to the tmux program.