Brian Suda is an informatician currently residing in Reykjavik, Iceland. He has spent a good portion of each day connected to the Internet after discovering it back in 1996. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science from Saint Louis University and a master's degree in informatics from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. One of his many projects has been to work closely with microformats.org, writing code, gardening the wiki, and hammering out FAQs and specifications. As an invited expert for the W3C's GRDDL specification, he helped to extract RDF data for the Semantic Web through the use of microformats.
Suda's own little patch of the Internet can be found at http://suda.co.uk, where many of his past projects, publications, interviews, and crazy ideas can be found.
Books from Brian
- Microformats: Empowering Your Markup for Web 2.0 (Technical Reviewer)
- From Friends of Ed, released March 26th, 2007
- Microformats burst onto the scene a couple of years ago and are fast becoming an essential tool for all professional web designers and developers. Imagine being able to integrate all of your web-based contact details, tagged articles, and geographical informatio...