Theo de Raadt (born May 19, 1968) is a Canadian computer security expert, programmer, a founder of NetBSD and the founder of OpenBSD.
- "Low code quality keeps haunting our entire industry. That, and sloppy programmers who don't understand the frameworks they work within. They're like plumbers high on glue."
- Simple: Bad quality is not good for the industry. And lazy workers who don't know what to do are useless. It is like having plumbers high on glue.