Jeremy Nelson is the Metadata and Systems Librarian at [Colorado College](http://www.coloradocollege.edu) and is the principle developer and project manager for the Python and Django based Bibliographic and Semantic [Redis Library Services Platform](https://github.com/jermnelson/redis-library-services-platform). He has written a number of scholarly articles about using NoSQL and Python in Academic Libraries including, *[FRBRizing an E-Library : Migrating from Dublin Core to FRBR and MODS](http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/4357)* and *[Building a Library App Portfolio with Redis and Django](http://journal.code4lib.org/articles/7349)*. He has also presented at local, regional, and national library conferences on the Redis Library Services Platform such as - [Code4Lib 2012- Seattle, WA. - *NoSQL Bibliographic Records: Implementing a Native FRBR Datastore with Redis](http://discovery.coloradocollege.edu/code4lib/)*, [Code4Lib 2013 - Chicago, IL. *Evolving Towards a Consortium BIBFRAME Redis Datastore](http://tuttdemo.coloradocollege.edu/code4lib/)*, and at the Library of Congress BIBFRAME Forum at the American Library Association's 2013 annual conference in Chicago, *[Experimenting with BIBFRAME & Redis](http://tuttdemo.coloradocollege.edu/ala2013/)*. He is currently writing a book, *Lean Development for Library Systems*, on using Lean startup principles in academic and public libraries, to be published by Chandos Publishing in the later part of 2014.