John Broughton
Author, Author of an O'Reilly book


My first experience with programming computers was in a 1969 National Science Foundation program. Since then, I’ve held various computer-related management positions in the headquarters of a U.S. Army Reserve division, worked in internal audit departments as a Certified Information Systems Auditor, and was the Campus Y2K Coordinator at U.C. Berkeley. I’m a Certified Management Accountant, and have a B.S. in Mathematical Sciences from Johns Hopkins University; an M.B.A. from Golden Gate University; an M.S. in Education from the University of Southern California; and a Masters in Public Policy from the University of California at Berkeley.


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John Broughton (Author of an O'Reilly book)
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The book "Wikipedia: The Missing Manual" teaches readers how to edit online Wikipedia articles. O'Reilly Media, the publisher, and the Wikimedia Foundation, the owner of Wikipedia, agreed to post this book online, on the Wikipedia website, as fully editable content. This talk discusses the challenges of getting a book into wiki format, to be editable, and what happened after the book went online. Read more.
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