Martin Kühl is a software developer from Germany with a special interest in computer languages and development tools and a recent graduate from the University of Bremen with a degree in computer science, where he focused on formal methods of software development. He is now looking for an opportunity to change the world. Martin enjoys using both Linux and Mac OS X, learning about and applying interesting technology, and searching for the Quality Without a Name. His favourite monospaced fonts are Terminus and Inconsolata, and his currently preferred tools are either TextMate or GNU Emacs for writing code, Git for managing versioning, and Bash as his shell. He believes that less is more, that worse is better, that there is no silver bullet, and that code must speak for itself.