User:Raymond Yee

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Raymond Yee is a lecturer and former data architect at the University of California, Berkeley. While earning a Ph.D. in biophysics, he taught computer science, philosophy, and personal development to K-11 students in the Academic Talent Development Program on the Berkeley campus. He is the primary architect of the Scholar's Box, software that enables users to gather digital content from multiple sources to create personal collections that can be shared with others. Raymond has also been a lecturer in the UC Berkeley School of Information, where he has taught the course "Mixing and Remixing Information." As a data architect, he focuses on the architecture of data-oriented campus services, including those around scholarly processes.

Raymond is an erstwhile tubaist, admirer of J. S. Bach, Presbyterian elder, aspiring essayist, son of industrious Chinese-Canadian restaurateurs, and devoted husband of the incomparable Laura.

For a complete list of presentations/talks: http://raymondyee.net/wiki/MyIuWork_2fPresentationsAndTalks

Raymond is an expert in XML, web services and particularly their applications to mashups, academic research, and libraries.


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