Jim Tyrrell founded Design 4 Developers an Open Community that targets the intersection of Design and Software Development. He is a 25 year Java veteran and holds a Masters of Design Methods degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology-Institute of Design. He works at Red Hat as a Senior Principal Solution Architect.
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