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Antonio Olmo Titos

web developer, World Wide Web Consortium

About

I'm a member of W3C's systems team since the summer of 2014. I work from Keio University in Japan.

My professional interests include: internet standards, open systems and free software, interfaces and usability, digital imaging, 3D, data visualisation, mobile computing.

Work times

My home timezone is JST, nine hours ahead of UTC. I usually work Mon–Fri and 9:00–17:00 or so; although I also attend teleconferences late in my evening two or three times a week. You can check here when my usual working hours overlap with yours.

Usually, I work from Keio University, Shonan-Fujisawa Campus (ie, physically at the office) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays; and I work from home on Wednesdays and Fridays. Keio SFC calendar for the fall semester, 2014.

Workload

Check out my pipeline and what I'm working on at the moment on my private (W3C) page.

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