Geek Choir 3.0 (Long Form)*
Geek Choir - The Return! (Now, even longer!)
For the past two Open Source Bridges, we have had Geek Choirs, in which we discuss music, the state of open source notation editors, good sources of public domain music, and, of course, sing. For the third edition of OSB Geek Choir, we will do more of the same, while also adding some new music, including the Steve Reich Clapping Music .
Since the previous Geek Choirs both ran long, I’ve submitted this as a long form presentation (as well as a short form).
music, geek choir, singing
The University of Georgia
Michael Brewer is an Application Programmer Specialist for the Franklin College Office of Information Technology at The University of Georgia. He designs database-backed web applications used by thousands of students and faculty and serves on several college and University-wide committees on Web development, best practices, and application security. In 2005, he won an Advising Technology Innovation Award from the National Academic Advising Association for an academic advising application he maintains; he also serves on the board of the United States PostgreSQL Association. He holds bachelor degrees in both Mathematics and Music from The University of Georgia, conducts Georgia’s oldest continuously-operating community band, and is a member of ASCAP.