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Raymond Yee is a data architect, consultant, and trainer. He is currently a lecturer at the School of Information of the University of California at Berkeley, where he teaches the course "Mixing and Remixing Information". 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. As a software architect and developer, he focuses on developing software to support learning, teaching, scholarship, and research.
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.
Well the book seems to promise alot, but from a programmers perspective it really didn't do me any good. I could have summed up what i've learned in 2 or 3 pages. Read morePublished on December 7, 2009 by Amazon John
At first glance the author is a little verbose for my taste. However, the examples were easy to jump in to and start learning. Read morePublished on November 20, 2008 by P. Miller