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Scott Granneman is an author, Adjunct Professor, and partner in a technology firm.
Scott has written seven books:
In addition, he was a columnist for SecurityFocus, The Open Source Weblog, and Linux Magazine.
As an educator, Scott has taught people of all ages — from pre-teens to senior citizens — on a wide range of topics covering everything from technology to literary representations of Hell. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, where he has taught courses such as Web Development; The Politics of Encryption: Snowden, Surveillance, and the 4th Amendment; Technology and the Law; Using Everyday Technology; From Blogs to Wikis; Technology for Managers; and Technology in Our Changing Society. He also teaches at Webster University, where he has taught courses such as Web Development, Introduction to Interactive Digital Media, Getting More From Your Mac, and Your Digital Toolbox: Software, Tips, and Tricks for Web Developers (and Other Creatives).
As a Principal of WebSanity, he works with businesses and non-profits to plan, develop, and host websites using a robust open source Content Management System. In particular, he manages the firm's UNIX-based server environment, writes all the documentation, and works closely with other partners on the company's software and systems.
His website is at granneman.com.
Bio as of 8 October 2020.
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