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Brad Neuberg


Brad Neuberg is currently a Senior Software Engineer at Inkling, a San Francisco based startup backed by Sequoia Capital that is making the world a smarter place through rich, interactive learning experiences built for mobile devices and the web. He is the original architect for Inkling Habitat, a beautiful, shared, and open collaborative publishing environment designed for professionals. During his nearly three years at Inkling Brad has led the engineering team building Inkling Habitat; run engineering for special projects focused on drastically changing how eBooks are produced; and run the web team.

Previous to Inkling he was a Software Engineer at Google on the Google Docs and social teams as well as a Developer Advocate at Google for HTML5, the Open Web, and Google Gears. Brad is a JavaScript pioneer in pushing web browsers in new directions, and is the creator of a number of JavaScript libraries and frameworks for expanding the capabilities of web applications; he had the first libraries for Ajax History management, client-side storage, and offline web applications, for example, all of which fed into the creation of HTML5. Brad worked with Douglas Engelbart, the inventor of the computer mouse and hypertext, on the HyperScope project; explored deeply collaborative web browsers with Paper Airplane; worked on one of the first web-based RSS aggregators; and worked as a consultant on the first iteration of the Internet Archive's Open Library project.

Brad also created Coworking, an international grassroots movement to establish a new kind of workspace for the self-employed.


B.A. in Computer Science, Columbia University, May 2000


Testimonial:  “I enjoy working with Brad; bright, responsive, very knowledgeable... I feel very trusting toward him.”
Douglas Engelbart, Inventor of the computer mouse and hypertext
Testimonial:  “Good attitude... good communicator... solid technical abilities — need I say more?”
Brewster Kahle, Founder of Internet Archive, Alexa, and WAIS
Testimonial:  “Brad is an innovator, an inventor, an implementer, and a heck of a nice guy. He not only has good ideas but he has the smarts and skills to get them done... Brad asks the really big questions (and has a history of coming up with really good answers!) about how systems can work better...”
Mark Graham, iVillage, Whole Earth Networks, The WELL
Testimonial:  “Brad is inspired, creative and thinks out-of-the-box about the bigger picture without being distracted from the work at hand. He is a great collaborator.”
Ronna Tannenbaum, Internet Archive
Testimonial:  “Great ability to work with groups and teams, in high-pressure timetables and environments... Impressively excellent knowledge of cross-client and browser compatibility and workarounds... Brad is the best contractor that I've ever worked with, period 8-)”
Tracey Jaquith, Internet Archive
Testimonial:  “Brad has a keen sense of the convergence of technology and the human experience... I've had the pleasure of working with Brad, seeing his creative brainstorming and R&D methods, and his desire to share knowledge... His solid programming background, together with his acute interest in emerging technologies and social interactions, I believe, will be a potent combination...”
Hoang Dinh, Paper Airplane Volunteer, Interaction Designer
Testimonial:  “Brad has the ability to envision new technologies years before their time. Then, he takes his revolutionary ideas and works to make them real and mainstream.”
Michael Eakes, Former Senior Architect, Rojo
Testimonial:  “Brad is a significant strategic asset; he has a great ability to embrace technologies and realize their use to directly impact customers' lives. He combines his skills with design and programming to quickly prototype new and compelling applications.”
Kevin Burton, Founder of NewsMonster, Rojo, and TailRank