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(File:Mark Nottingham (2013).jpg|thumb|Nottingham in 2013)Mark Nottingham (born November 30, 1971) is a web infrastructure developer who is one of the authors of the Atom (with Robert Sayre) and WS-I Basic Profile specifications, the author of RFC 4229: HTTP Header Registrations, and the chairman of the IETF HTTPBIS Working Group and W3C Web Services Addressing Working Group. He was an early advocate of web services, protocols that enabled software interoperability over the web.WEB,weblink Interoperability frustrations aired, JavaWorld, 2005-06-30, 2008-12-12, Nottingham joined Yahoo in 2006, where he worked as a principal technologist—a position the company calls a "technical Yahoo"—in the media infrastructure department. He previously worked for BEA Systems as a senior principal technologist and at Akamai Technologies as a research scientist. In 2011 he joined Rackspace as a Systems Architect, before returning to Akamai in September 2012.WEB,weblink LinkedIn, Mark Nottingham, yes,weblink" title="archive.is/20121209213229weblink">weblink 2012-12-09, The Web Services Addressing Working Group was launched in 2004 to extend the WS-Addressing specification.WEB,weblink W3C Launches Web Services Addressing Working Group, Information Week, 2004-10-08, 2008-12-12, The group produced three specifications and closed in 2007.In 2002, Nottingham wrote "So You'd Like to Be a Standards Geek,WEB,weblink Mark Nottingham, So You'd Like to Be a Standards Geek, 2002-08-09, unfit,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20100119211257weblink">weblink January 19, 2010, " a reading list on Amazon.com for people who aspire to create Internet protocols and formats. He included Machiavelli's The Prince among the books to read: "It's short, sweet (well, not really) and gets you in the proper frame of mind for doing battle, er, gathering consensus," he quipped.He has been a featured speaker at the technical conferences QCon 2007 in London, QCon 2008 in San Francisco and XTech 2006 in Amsterdam.In August 2017, Nottingham submitted petitions to several programming libraries asking for their removal of the 418 ("I'm a teapot") HTTP status code WEB,weblink Mark Nottingham, Re: 425 (Too Early), which inadvertently resulted in a proposal to reserve the 418 code.WEB,weblink Attempt To Remove Joke 'I'm A Teapot' Web Error Ends Up Making It Official Instead, 2017-08-12, Gizmodo Australia, en, 2018-12-21, Originally from Baltimore, United States, Nottingham graduated from Towson University with a bachelor of arts in photojournalistic studies, a self-designed major that included work in journalism, photography and graphic design.He lives in Melbourne, Australia, with his wife Anitra and their two sons.

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