Ken Kocienda

Ken  Kocienda

Ken Kocienda worked at Apple on over fifteen years as a principal engineer for iPhone software. He mended motorcycles, worked in a newspaper's editorial library, taught English in Japan, and made fine art photography after graduating from Yale. He eventually discovered the internet, learned himself computer programming, and worked his way up through a series of dot-com-era businesses before settling at Apple in 2001, where he worked on the software teams responsible for the Safari web browser, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Ken and his wife live in San Jose, California. His first book is titled Creative Selection.