While everyone is over in London at the Future of Web Apps Conference (great writeup of day 2 is here), I thought it would be fun to put up my interview of Sebastian Moser. Don’t worry, I hadn’t heard of him either before he wrote me in response to a request to talk with more developers.
He didn’t disappoint. He’s 20 years old. Has been programming since he was 14 (says he started “late” when compared with people like Firefox’s Blake Ross). Is very articulate and gave some great insights into Europe’s software markets.
It’s long, but then I’m trying to give you a real meal, as Mark Cuban says as he compares YouTube-style “video snacks” to longer form videos like the ones I do.
There’s a wealth of information in this video for Internet entrepreneurs — especially for Google and Wikipedia employees. Read Sebastian’s blog here.