Senior Engineer, OSAFTed Leung is a Senior Engineer at the Open Source Applications Foundation (OSAF), where he is working on the Chandler Personal Information Manager. He is also using his experiences as a member of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) to help OSAF bootstrap a vibrant community around Chandler. Ted continues his involvement with the ASF, where he is working to help new projects become a part of the Apache community. He was one of the original developers of the Xerces-J XML parser, and a founding member of the Apache XML Project. Prior to working at OSAF, he worked for several years as an independent consultant focusing on Java, XML, and web services. Other projects he has worked on include IBM's XML4J, Apple's Newton PDA, and on the compound document portion of Taligent's object-oriented frameworks. Ted is the author of Professional XML Development with Apache Tools, and has written several trade magazine articles and academic papers. You can find Ted's weblog at weblog.
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