developerWorks Interviews: Rawn Shah

November 28th, 2006 |

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IBM developerWorks Community Programs manager, Rawn Shah, talks about a pioneering university course on Web 2.0 and online communities and a ground-breaking course he helped to launch and is co-teaching at the University of Arizona.

As Community Programs manager, Shah focuses on how to develop greater interaction between our members through the many community services we have, such as blogs, forums, user groups, wikis, and other services. He’s been a network administrator, a systems programmer, a Web project manager, an author, a technology writer, and an editor. He survived the dot-com days in his own startup before becoming a full-time writer and later joining IBM as an editor. In his spare time, he is also a student and teacher of Japanese sword fighting.

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