Tingle, Brian Cedric, 1972-.



first person biography -- DLF Fall Forum 2010
I started working for the UC Libraries in 1996 at UC San Diego in the InfoPath Services Office, where I worked on things from campus and library websites to public workstations. In 2001, I moved to Oakland to work at the California Digital Library. In May 2001, I attended my first DLF Forum and METS Editorial Board meeting. As the Technical Lead for Digital Special Collections at CDL, I work with a small team that, among other things, produces the Online Archive of California and Calisphere.

third person biography -- SNAC proposal
Brian Tingle, Technical Lead, Digital Special Collections, California Digital Library (CDL), has been involved in designing and building web-based access systems for UC Libraries for the last 13 years, including the OAC and Calisphere. Since 2001, he has worked extensively with EAD as the lead technical architect for the OAC. Tingle has experience with all aspects of web development and production including server side technologies that will be used in this project such as XTF, front-end technologies including JavaScript and CSS, user-centered interaction design methodologies, and information architecture.

third person biography -- CDL website
Brian has been a UC Libraries patron and Melvyl user since 1986, when he was a student at Rubidoux High School in Riverside. He first worked for the UC in the UC Riverside Biology Department as a Lab Assistant for a summer when he was 17. He was an undergraduate student at UCSD where he went to Fifth College (Eleanor Roosevelt) and worked for Housing and Dining Services. He has worked for the UC Libraries since 1996 when he started working in the InfoPath Services Office of the UCSD Libraries. A fourth generation Southern California native, he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2001 to work for CDL.

Metadata Encoding and Transmission Standard
Online Archive of California / Calisphere
Social Networks and Archival Context Project
Application Operations
Development Stack