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Lessons learned defying Joel Spolsky with Django by Nick Bruun

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I love the fonts - would really appreciate help in identifying the fonts.

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I didn't really check that out properly, but that thing does have 71 pages. Even if it would have just one font in all 71 pages, I wouldn't know that until I go through every single page. I know for sure that I'm not going to check every one of them. You should tell us what pages you mean and specify what text as well. – Joonas Apr 29 '13 at 7:07
Maybe add a schreenshot as well? – Olle Sjögren Apr 29 '13 at 7:27

The font is called Bariol.

Bariol screenshot from its website

And, so you know how I figured it out (even though I've never heard of the font before), I downloaded the presentation PDF and then opened it in Illustrator. Illustrator was happy to tell me which fonts were missing from my system:

Screenshot of Illustrator error

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+1 for sharing the method: PDF preflight info is also how I figure out/simulate brand colors etc. when someone can't or won't provide a branding document. – horatio Apr 30 '13 at 16:47

definitely the Bariol, -Thin , -Light, -Regular and -Bold

document properties

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