It's unclear what started Jonathan Bennett down the open source/hacker path. He’s old enough to remember the time before common access to the internet but young enough to have grown up with internet access. Regardless, as a teenager, he installed Fedora Core on his laptop and never looked back. The years since have made Jonathan into quite the jack-of-all-trades, though he prefers to call himself a Renaissance man. Whether using a compiler, a welder, soldering iron, 3D printer, or table saw, he can convincingly act like he knows what he's doing. These days, he runs a small IT business, hosts Untitled Linux Show for Club TWiT members every week, co-hosts FLOSS Weekly about once a month, and tries to keep up with a weekly security column on Hackaday. Not to mention staying busy with his growing family.