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Antonio Olmo Titos

web developer, World Wide Web Consortium

Last updated:
Wed, 2 Sep 2015

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, JavaScript, digital imaging, 3D, data visualisation.

Work times

My home timezone is JST, nine hours ahead of UTC. I work Mon–Fri and 10:00–18:00 (roughly). I also attend teleconferences very late in my day, two or three times a week. So often I'm working in the evening instead. 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, Thursdays and Fridays; and I tend to work from home (or somewhere else) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Workload

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

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