Kenneth Reitz,the former product owner of Python for Heroku (6+ years), is currently available for hire. He serves as a Fellow at the Python Software Foundation (was on the board, in previous years). He is well-known for his many open source software projects, specifically Requests: HTTP for Humans and Pipenv.

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Kenneth really believes in community, and he goes further than any open source contributor that I’ve met to help people adopt free and open source technologies, while being successful with them.
— Nafiul Islam (@gamesbrainiac)
 
The attention to detail Kenneth puts into his code and best practices is something that everyone can aspire to achieve. With his help, I have gone from novice to a full-time developer in under a year.
— Shane McDonald, Ansible / Red Hat (@anatomyofashane)
Many thanks to @kennethreitz for his ongoing effort making things that inspire us. #positivepython
— Corey Benfield, HP (@ lukasaoz)
Your contributions to the Python eco-system and the overall development community, are really helpful and inspiring.
— Levi Gross (@ levigross)
Thank you @kennethreitz for saving us from the horrors of urllib with the beautiful Requests library. #positivepython
— @mattdevs
There’s a frood who really knows where his towel is.
— Mike Pirnat, American Greetings (@mpirnat)
If you want an insight to software as a craft, you can’t go wrong with Kenneth Reitz.
— Mahdi Yusuf, Gyroscope (@myusuf3)
His photos are the only ones I’ve ever seen some value in.
— Name Withheld
What sort of accolade can I give to Kenneth that hasn’t already been given by someone with much more clout than I?
— Trevor Tomesh, PhD Student
Give it up for Humans, Kenneth Reitz is a champion of making things work #positivepython
— Ernest Durbin III (@ EWDurbin)
Every time I get the opportunity to hang out with @kennethreitz I’m sad when it’s over.
— Bo Jeanes, Covidence (@bojeanes)

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