Rael Dornfest is an American computer programmer and author. He is a Technical Fellow at Charity: Water, and was previously an engineer at Twitter. He was Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Values of N, creator of "I Want Sandy" and "Stikkit: Little Yellow Notes that Think." Previously, he was Chief Technology Officer at O'Reilly Media. He began working for Twitter after they bought the assets of his company Values of N.
He was Series Editor of O’Reilly's Hacks series, and has co-authored a number of books including Google Hacks (ISBN 0-596-00447-8), Mac OS X Panther Hacks (ISBN 0-596-00718-3), and Google: The Missing Manual (ISBN 0-596-00613-6).
- Duryee, Tricia (2008-11-24). "Twitter Buys Start-up's Assets; Hires Founder Rael Dornfest". MocoNews.net. PaidContent.org. Retrieved 2010-10-10.
- Lerner, Reuven M. (2004-05-01). "At the Forge - Blosxom". Linux Journal. Retrieved 2010-10-10.
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