In a past life, I was a coder most active in the WordPress and Mozilla (Firefox) spaces. I have now essentially retired from professional coding to focus on my academic work, but still maintain personal connections with these communities. From time to time I also consult and advise startups on language technology issues. You can find some of my most recent (primarily academic and hobby) projects on GitHub.
My most popular open-source project was the Yet Another Related Posts Plugin for WordPress. I was also behind a number of other WordPress projects, including ShrimpTest (A/B testing for WordPress, with Automattic), and have contributed to the WordPress Core. I was also a core developer for the experimental natural language interface Mozilla Ubiquity and the Tab Groups feature in Firefox.