Shawn J. Bayern is an American law professor. Before his legal career, he created several widely used computer-software systems and wrote several widely cited books on computer programming.
After graduating from Yale University, Bayern worked as a researcher at Yale University's Technology and Planning group, there developing the Central Authentication Service in "one week using a text editor." He was the reference-implementation lead for JSTLand sat on the specification committees that developed popular web languages including JavaServer Pages,JAX-RPC, and JavaServer Faces. speeches about Java, the Central Authentication Service, and other topics at industry conference such as Macworld Conference & Expo, Java One, and WebDevShare. He is also the creator of Time Cave, a "message-scheduling service," and he offers a free research utility for federal laws on the iPhone and iPad called... Read More