Rohit Khare

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Rohit Khare
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Rohit Khare is an Indian American computer scientist and entrepreneur who has been active in many aspects of the development of the World Wide Web. He is the founder of Ångströ, the co-founder of KnowNow, a former director of CommerceNet Labs and a key player in the microformats community. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine and bachelor's degree from Caltech, both in Computer Science. He previously worked on Internet security for the W3C.[1] He is active in the Representational State Transfer (ReST) community, and in August 2007 wrote the ARRESTED[2] paper on syndication-oriented architecture, a variant of service-oriented architecture.


  1. ^ "Rohit Khare W3C Home Page".
  2. ^ Rohit Khare and Richard N. Taylor. "Extending the REpresentational State Transfer (REST) Architectural Style for Decentralized Systems" (PDF). University of California, Irvine.

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