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Adam Green’s Resume

Adam has been working with computers since the start of the personal computer era in 1979. Over the past 30 years he has done just about everything you can do with software: writing code, retail and mail order sales, writing and self-publishing books, writing magazine columns, teaching seminars, building websites during the dot com and Web 2.0, and consulting to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies on all aspects of software development.

His educational background includes a bachelors degree in organic chemistry from SUNY at Stony Brook in 1978, and a masters degree in the history of science from Harvard in 2005.

A complete employment record would be more than you want to read, but here are some of the highlights:

Present: Founder and CEO of 140 Dev, LLC, a consulting and training company specializing in custom solutions based on the Twitter API.

2006 – 2010: Co-founded Grazr Corp and worked as CEO. Grazr Corp developed a number of data aggregation tools based on RSS feeds and the Twitter API.

2002 – 2005: Studied history of science at Harvard and received a masters degree for work on the “social construction of the spreadsheet metaphor.”

1996 – 2001: Co-founded, a dot-com company that published dozens of websites, including Slashdot. Worked as CTO and Editor-in-Chief of content, managing a team of 30 developers and editorial people. went public in 2000 and was acquired by VA Linux.

1984 – 1995: Founded Adam Green Seminars and taught dBASE and FoxPro programming to tens of thousands of people. Wrote a regular column for InfoWorld, and numerous articles for other computer magazines, such as Byte and Personal Computing.

1979 – 1984: Purchasing manager for one of the first retail computer store chains in New England. Founded Softwarebanc, one of the first software-only mail-order companies. Wrote and self-published dBASE II Users Guide, the first book on the dBASE database language, along with several other books on dBASE and Framework. Created and taught a series of seminars on dBASE and 1-2-3 programming in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.