This AMA session is over but you can still ask questions to Kenneth Reitz on their Hashnode profile.
As with everyone, I have come to know about you through Requests. :) I think enough people have thanked you for it now, you might probably be getting tired, haha! But, thanks a lot, anyway! I have a couple of questions for you:
What are the tips that you have for an aspiring developer who also wants to release an awesome open source library. Motivation is a feeble thing, what is your secret sauce?
What is your work setup, all the gadgets that you use, and geek over?
Being a photographer (ex-pro) myself I wonder what you think about 'the old fashioned, chemical' way versus digital photography.
I think we lost the 'art' the last decades. But we gained a lot also: the claim on reality has become property of the masses. Alongside, photography's claim on reality has become BS because of digital manipulation.
Love your photo's btw: you're having fun, can see that!
Your work inspires me because (even in your manuals & documentary) it expresses that you have fun working on libraries and stuff. Please eleborate on that: having fun while writing code is essential for people like me, who do not earn money with coding but just want to make things work. For me that's the fun: imagine some function/ap/whatever and make it work.
Where's the fun for you?