Some nice things people have said about my work—a useful list to look at when I’m feeling a bit depressed and unproductive. Listed below in reverse chronological order.
Free software entrepeneur,
This newsletter marks the end of a TWENTY FOUR WEEK run at providing educational and motivational content for bech32 native segwit adoption. Incredible work by @hrdng. See all 24 weeks at a glance here: https://bitcoinops.org/en/bech32-sending-support/
Once again I enjoyed @bitcoinoptech newsletter by @hrdng. This is the most informative and best resource and overview for developers and educators. I think @hrdng gets paid for doing this newsletter but every week it feels like it’s coming directly from David’s heart! Thank you!
I’m super happy that David Harding wrote the foreword of Grokking Bitcoin! Thank you @hrdng for writing it and for everything you do to enlighten people.
David Harding was exceptional in his technical review of this book. He reviewed the text three times, with a lot of great comments. He’d better write a book about Bitcoin at some point, because he has an encyclopedic knowledge of nearly everything that’s happened in Bitcoin’s history.
This is a must-read year-in-review. I’ve never encountered a year-in-review that not only summarizes the year, but simplifies explanations of complex topics, furthering understanding. Phenomenal year of writing contributions by @hrdng and thorough reviews by @jfnewbery!
And @hrdng? He just gives his time and expertise away for free, as he has been doing for years, because he’s a treasure and one of the most important and generous contributors in Bitcoin.
Dave Harding […] is one of the most knowledgable, humble, and eloquent OG Bitcoiners out there.
This manuscript benefited immensely from the help, guidance, and technical expertise of Bitcoin [contributor] David Harding, who has an admirable gift for communicating complex technical topics effectively.
David is one of the BEST
Developer, Cash App,
General Partner at Blockchain Capital.,
Tweeting out this article from @hrdng on the Bitcoin wiki about techniques to reduce #bitcoin transaction fees again because you should read it https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Techniques_to_reduce_transaction_fees
Writer for Bitcoin Magazine and other publications,
Co-author of the TLS Security Standard,
Creator of the OXT block chain explorer,
David Harding is one of the most concise thinkers I’ve encountered in this space and his knowledge is invaluable. If you want to take a deep dive into some of the technical aspects of Bitcoin and Ethereum, join our friends Pierre Rochard and Michael Goldstein as they sit down with David to talk shop for ~45 minutes.
Author of Marty’s Bent (newsletter) and host of Tales From The Crypt (podcast),
A LOT of information here. Thank you for the articulate explanations, David!
Great explanation from @hrdng on what happens once #SegWit is activated. All facts are presented in a simple & straightforward manner.
The author is grateful for […], and David A. Harding for his outstanding contributions to Bitcoin.Stackexchange.com and the Bitcoin Developer Guide.
This is great work David, thanks!
Founding Partner at Adamant Capital,
@harding: Thank you for all of the amazing work you have done!
IMO you did a better job describing the [BIP65] changes then I did in git master
David Harding is a little known but important contributor to Bitcoin. He’s done fantastic work on the developer guide.
@harding That is a huge change, thank you so much for your work on this!
Just now I found out that David Harding wrote an excellent guide on setting up and running a #bitcoin full node: https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node!
@harding thank you! good catch!