Hailed as a boy genius, Joel Dietz learned to program at age six, completed a couple of Ivy-League degrees focused on comparative philosophy, co-founded a student exchange program with a presence in Beijing and Berkeley, and worked on economic policy for a think-tank in Washington DC. More recently, he received awards from Google and Salesforce for his contributions to open source software and served as Principal Architect for Europe's fastest growing cloud consultancy. He currently teaches yoga in Assisi, Italy and writes on the benefits of collaborative consumption.
What I Share
software, space on my couch, writings, food I grow, food I make