Nahum spent the first decade of his career doing systems engineering for ever more demanding computer scientists. It taught him to build flexible and reliable systems to handle the needs of the future as well as the present. Before all of that he ran Gentoo on his college desktop which came after a childhood using DOS and a 2400 baud modem to play classic doors like Usurper and Land of Devastation on other people's computers (before the "cloud" we called someone else's computer a BBS....).
I owe a lot of the success in my career to various open source projects and the people in them who have shared their time and knowledge with me. I now try to pay it forward both within those projects and in others as well. When I'm not doing that I'm usually spending time with my family.