Tim O'Reilly

Tim O’Reilly
Tim O'Reilly (born 6 June 1954) is the founder of O'Reilly Media (formerly O'Reilly & Associates).wikipedia
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O'Reilly Media

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Tim O'Reilly (born 6 June 1954) is the founder of O'Reilly Media (formerly O'Reilly & Associates).
O'Reilly Media (formerly O'Reilly & Associates) is an American media company established by Tim O'Reilly that publishes books and Web sites and produces conferences on computer technology topics.

Web 2.0

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He popularised the terms open source and Web 2.0.
The term was invented by Darcy DiNucci in 1999 and popularized several years later by Tim O'Reilly and Dale Dougherty at the O'Reilly Media Web 2.0 Conference in late 2004.

Open-source software

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He popularised the terms open source and Web 2.0. In 2001, O'Reilly coined the term inner source for the use of open source software development practices and the establishment of an open source-like culture within organisations whereby the organisation may still develop proprietary software but internally opens up its development.
The new term they chose was "open source", which was soon adopted by Bruce Perens, publisher Tim O'Reilly, Linus Torvalds, and others.

Global Network Navigator

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In 1993, the company's catalogue became an early web portal, the Global Network Navigator, which in 1995 was sold to America Online.
In February 1993, the company's CEO, Tim O'Reilly, authorized a four-person "skunkworks" team, led by Dale Dougherty, and began planning for what would become GNN.

Saul Griffith

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He is married to Tim O'Reilly's daughter Arwen.

Jennifer Pahlka

On 11 April 2015 Tim O'Reilly married Jennifer Pahlka, a former colleague at O'Reilly Media, a former Deputy CTO of the US, and currently Founder and Executive Director of Code for America.
She married Tim O'Reilly in 2015, and lives in Oakland, California, with her daughter and husband.

Code for America

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On 11 April 2015 Tim O'Reilly married Jennifer Pahlka, a former colleague at O'Reilly Media, a former Deputy CTO of the US, and currently Founder and Executive Director of Code for America. He also serves on the board of directors for the advocacy group Code for America.
With support from web entrepreneur Leonard Lin, Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly Media, and technologist Clay A. Johnson, among others, the organization was launched in September 2009.

Frank Herbert

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He also wrote a well-received book on the science fiction writer Frank Herbert and edited a collection of Herbert's essays and interviews.
Study by Tim O'Reilly of Frank Herbert's work up to the Jesus Incident; one of the more in-depth studies of Frank Herbert's thoughts and ideas

Open-source model

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In 1998, O'Reilly helped rebrand free software under the term open source. In 2001, O'Reilly coined the term inner source for the use of open source software development practices and the establishment of an open source-like culture within organisations whereby the organisation may still develop proprietary software but internally opens up its development.
The term gained further visibility through an event organized in April 1998 by technology publisher Tim O'Reilly.

Web 2.0 Summit

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Annual iterations of the event, known as the "Web 2.0 Summit" from 2006 onwards, continued until 2011.
The event was started by Tim O'Reilly, who is also widely credited with popularizing the term "Web 2.0".

Inner source

In 2001, O'Reilly coined the term inner source for the use of open source software development practices and the establishment of an open source-like culture within organisations whereby the organisation may still develop proprietary software but internally opens up its development.
The term was coined by Tim O'Reilly in 2000.

Infoware

Infoware
Infoware is a term that was coined by Tim O'Reilly and is defined as a website that use commoditized server software such as LAMP to enable data (e.g. book comments and ratings) to be shared via a website, and create a value as a result (e.g. other people's opinions of a particular book that you want to buy).

University of California, Berkeley School of Information

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In February 2012, he joined the UC Berkeley School of Information Advisory Board.
Tim O'Reilly, founder of O'Reilly Media

Foo Camp

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The event started as a joke between Tim O'Reilly and Sara Winge, O'Reilly's VP of Corporate Communications.

Make (magazine)

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Tim O'Reilly serves on the board of directors of three companies, Safari Books Online, Maker Media, and PeerJ.
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County Cork

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Born in County Cork, Ireland, Tim O'Reilly moved to San Francisco, California, with his family when he was a baby.

General semantics

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As a teenager, encouraged by his older brother Sean, O'Reilly became a follower of George Simon, a writer and adherent of the general semantics program.

Alfred Korzybski

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Through Simon, O'Reilly became acquainted with the work of Alfred Korzybski, which he has cited as a formative experience.

Harvard College

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In 1973, Tim O'Reilly went to Harvard College to study classics and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in 1975.

Classics

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In 1973, Tim O'Reilly went to Harvard College to study classics and graduated cum laude with a B.A. in 1975.

Boston

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After graduating, Tim O'Reilly married his first wife, Christina, with whom he moved to the Boston area.

Newton, Massachusetts

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He started publishing computer manuals in 1983, setting up his business in a converted barn in Newton, Massachusetts, where about a dozen employees worked in a single open room.

Sebastopol, California

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In 1989, Tim O'Reilly moved his company to Sebastopol, California, and published the Whole Internet User's Guide and Catalog, which was a best-seller in 1992.

Whole Internet User's Guide and Catalog

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In 1989, Tim O'Reilly moved his company to Sebastopol, California, and published the Whole Internet User's Guide and Catalog, which was a best-seller in 1992.

Website

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Tim O'Reilly's business, then known as O'Reilly & Associates, steadily grew through the 1990s, during which period it expanded from paper printed materials to web publishing.