David Weekly is the founder and chairman of PBwiki and currently also serves as the company’s Chief Product Officer.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Stanford University where he attended as a Presidential Scholar (top 2% of applicants) and was a finalist in the ACM International Programming Competition.
David wrote the first layman’s description of the MP3 audio format and has worked for MIT, Harvard, Stanford, There.com, atWeb, and Legato.
David is the co-founder of SuperHappyDevHouse, a global programming gathering that regularly attracts hundreds of coders and also founded the California Community Colocation Project, which offered colocation services to hundreds of non-profits and helped define copyright law in the seminal OPG v Diebold case.
David advises many prominent technology companies, having named Plaxo (since sold to Comcast) and served as the first member of Jaxtr’s technical advisory board.
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