Nathan uses CDT both in his day job, which involves systems programming in C++, and in personal projects, which are mostly small fun projects primarily for learning, also in C++. He uses both gcc and clang, primarily on Linux, though most of the code that he writes is cross-platform. He likes the CDT editor’s code navigation features, which he finds invaluable for finding his way around large code bases.
Nathan started filing bugs against the CDT in 2010, and started fixing them in late 2012. He was nominated to become a committer on the project in January 2016 by committer Sergey Prigogin, was enthusiastically endorsed by the project team, and has joined the team. He has made more than thirty commits since becoming a project committer.
The Great Fixes Candidates page shows a list of the commits attributed to Nathan, along with those of the other Great Fix candidates.
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