这些年.net奖+$are all about welcoming the newer faces in the industry, and this category is particularly in line with that mission. For this award, we're looking for a web developer under the age of 25 who has made serious industry waves over the last 12 months.
+$Starting in January, we asked you to tell us who you think is deserving of this award, and we whittled down a long list of suggestions to the final 10 you see below. We're now collecting public votes, and the three nominees with the most votes will be submitted to our panel of experts who will pick a final winner.
点击这里+$to cast your votes.
工作：+$Web development student. Freelance web developer
教育：+$I'm completely self-taught in everything I know. I'm solely doing a degree to 'get the paper' in case things don't work out.
第一份工作：+$Last year I worked for a multi-national educational company called EducationCity working on both product and internal systems
+$MW:+$As bad as this sounds, I haven't yet been to a conference, nor do I follow any massive people on Twitter. However, with my time on Forrst in the early days I've always been happy to have Kyle Bragger at the end of an email if I ever had a question that I needed a hand with.
+$MW:+$Unfortunately, university is sapping up a lot my time recently. But I've been pushing new articles to Codular, planning expansions for Striving and increasing the frequency of Summit Awesome - both meet ups and hackathons. Aside from that, I've got some new open source projects planned, as well as a rewrite of 'Hello I Made', a hackathon project that is getting a facelift. Finally, there's some client work planned to help stay alive.
Hans Christian Reinl
工作：+$Frontend Web Developer
教育：+$I mostly learned to code by educating myself. I am very thankful for what I learned from contributions to open source software
第一份工作：+$I designed and coded a website for a rock festival in the city where I lived at that time
HR：+$Throughout my youth, I discovered that it is pretty easy to create things on your computer and wrap your head around writing code. Spending some afternoons with Frontpage got me keen to learn what is behind this web thing.
HR：+$The first person that I came upon while learning web development was Chris Coyier from CSS-Tricks. I learned a lot from his blog posts. Other inspiring people are definitely the developers behind HTML5 Boilerplate, namely Paul Irish, Divya Manian, Mathias Bynens and Nicolas Gallagher. Lately I really admire what Sindre Sorhus does.
HR：+$Mainly client projects. In open source I tried to dig deeper into what it means to build consistent frontend applications which resulted in the creation of在里面+$and contributions to projects such as HTML5 Boilerplate and HTML5 Please.
+$BH:+$As an IT technician I was asked on the off chance to build an internal tool for stock taking products, and it went from there! I started learning development in the evenings until I managed to get my first paid client. Read more这里。
+$BH:+$No one in particular, just a few people in the industry. I feel like the whole vibe and helpfulness of the community keeps me motivated. In particular, I'd like to mention (amongst many others) Daryl Ginn (+$@daryl+$) And Michael Wright (+$@michaelw90+$) as they've been very helpful over the years.
+$BH:+$Building the next generation of KashFlow's (+$@KashFlow+$) software (I work for them!) using BackboneJS. This year, I want to step up in creating more resources, tutorials and tools for learning in the web industry, watch this space! Read more这里。
工作：+$Senior UI developer, BSkyB
教育：+$I once got 98 per cent in a spelling test
第一份工作：+$Worked at a small design and print shop in my hometown (no job title)
专业领域：+$CSS architecture, frontend performance
HR：+$I used to think I’d make a super-awesome graphic designer, so I started to build myself a portfolio site. I realised I was far better at development (or rather, less terrible), and I much preferred it.
HR：+$Nicole Sullivan set the ball rolling for me, she changed the way I look at building websites. People like her, Jonathan Snook and Nicolas Gallagher are pretty awesome people who continue to inspire.
HR：+$In my work at Sky, I’ve been working on a pretty huge mobile build. We’ve been on it for months now, and it’s slowly trickling out to users. Out of work I’ve been working pretty solidly on my open source OOCSS framework inuit.css, and also on csswizardry-grids, a Sass-based responsive grid system (we needed another one ;)).
工作：+$Software Engineer, Kainos
教育：+$Currently three quarters of my way through a Computer Science degree from the University of Bath.
第一份工作：+$My first actual job was selling ice creams on the beach back home in Cornwall, but my first relevant job was freelancing; I started doing some basic PSD to HTML/CSS jobs that I found online.
JF：+$I've not had any mentors who know they've been my mentors but things written or recorded by the likes of Jeffrey Way, Addy Osmani, Rob Hawkes and Derick Bailey, to name just a few. I've spent a lot of my time consuming things written by those and others, all of which has stood me in good stead.
工作：+$Developer at Happy Cog
教育：+$Bachelor's Degree in Web Design & Development, Full Sail University
第一份工作：+$Developer at Leadnomics in Philadelphia, PA
专业领域：+$I work on both the front and backend of projects. HTML, CSS, JS (and jQuery), PHP, MySQL, NoSQL. All with a love for responsive design (and responsive behaviour!)
AC：+$I dabbled in graphic design during my high school years and was headed towards majoring in it at Drexel University. When the iPhone came out and I began playing with it, I realised that what I really wanted to do was build the stuff I was using.
+$By a stroke of luck I found Full Sail University's web design and development degree. I wanted to learn both design and development, and the program was focused on both, not one or the other like many programs out there.
+$During my time at Full Sail, I drifted more towards the development side, especially towards the end of the program. I've kept my eye for design with me, but have been primarily focused on development since then.
AC：+$I had some pretty amazing teachers and friends at Full Sail. Jason Madsen, Rick Osborne and the group of people I went through the program with really inspired me to push myself pretty hard during school. Because of that, I came away with some awesome portfolio pieces and skills that helped me get started on the right foot.
+$Today, I'm continuously inspired by my Happy Cog family. They're some of the best people I've ever met, and their skills amaze me everyday. Work doesn't seem like work because of the people I'm surrounded with on a daily basis, and I'm incredibly thankful for that.
AC：+$With Clients LikeMTV，特拉华谷学院，和黑山公司+$, I've been pretty busy with some exciting projects at Happy Cog.
+$My biggest personal project of the past year was definitelyJPanelMenu+$. It's a jQuery plug-in for creating off-canvas type navigation. It's had some awesome attention and a good amount of action on GitHub. In addition to the work I've continued putting into that, there's been some great open source contributions from the community, so it's continuing to get better.
工作：+$Programmer At Voxer
基于：+$San Francisco, CA
第一份工作：+$Interned at Voxer over the summer. Joined full-time in September
+$KC:+$I've had far too many to list them all, but I'd like to call out a few in particular. John-David Dalton (+$@jdalton+$) has been my mentor from the very beginning, and I'm both deeply thankful for his patience, and thrilled to have worked on several projects with him. Daniel Shaw (+$@dshaw+$) has mentored me at Voxer. Juriy Zaytsev (+$@kangax+$) And Angus Croll (+$@angustweets+$) inspired me to glean insights from the ECMAScript specification. Mathias Bynens (@mathias+$) And Rick Waldron (+$@rwaldron+$) taught me to find elegance in even the smallest implementation details. Paul Irish (@paul_irish+$) And Divya Manian (+$@divya+$) introduced me to the wonderfully supportive community, and encouraged me to pursue development with a vigor.
+$KC:+$Most of my recent work has been company-related. At Voxer, I helped build a user management system for our enterprise product. During this time, I learned about building RESTful APIs, and common patterns for constructing web apps. Outside of work, I've continued my involvement with the BestieJS cooperative, contributing to Lo-Dash (I wrote the first iteration of our custom builder) and JSON 3. I've also begun reading through various modules from the CSS 3 spec — though I've never thought of myself as a designer, I have no excuse for my embarrassingly rudimentary knowledge of CSS.
第一份工作：+$Worked as a Flash-monkey
SS：+$I started out hiring freelancers for some pet projects, but wasn't happy with the quality (I'm quite the perfectionist). So I sat down and learned how to do it myself. No better feeling than being able to create something from an idea to a finished product by yourself.
+$.net: Who have you found particularly inspirational?
SS：+$Isaac Schlueter. The way he runs Node.js and interacts with the community is admirable.
+$.net: Have you had any mentors?
SS：+$My first real exposure to open source was a pull request to the project TodoMVC run by Addy Osmani, who later mentored me into the open source world. I'm now quite addicted to it.
工作：+$Frontend Developer at Clearleft
教育：+$Studied architecture at university
第一份工作：+$Freelancer Web Designer
JE：+$As a kid I was amazed at how easy it was to make a website. Of course there's a lot of complexity to making websites, but a basic 'Hello World' site is nothing more than those words in a text file with an extension of "html". This low barrier to entry inspired me to start hacking around with personal sites and later client work. I enjoy making sites just as much today as I did when I was a 10 years old.
JE：+$Where do I start? I have had the good fortune of working alongside some of the brightest minds in our industry. Clearleft founders Rich Rutter, Andy Budd and Jeremy Keith have made a huge impression on me. Every day, I look to them for inspiration and guidance. I find their approach and mindset hugely empowering.
+$Whenever I'm faced with a tough problem, I ask myself, what would Jeremy do? I imagine that I have a little "Jeremy Keith" perched on my shoulder and he helps me make the right decisions.
JE：+$I've worked on the newClearleft+$site, which uses icon fonts to make sure the website looks great on high DPI devices. Making your own site is always a challenge, but I found this project to be hugely rewarding.