Alexander V. Konstantinou is currently completing his doctoral degree in Computer Science at Columbia University in the city of New York. His general research interests include programming languages, computer networks, network management and distributed systems.
Bill Wright is a division engineer with BBN Technologies in Arlington, Virginia. His current work is in the areas of real-time signal processing systems and distributed agent applications.
Chád Darby is the founder of J9 Consulting, a Java consulting firm. He has experience developing n-tier web applications for Fortune 500 companies and the Department of Defence. Chád has also published articles in Java Report, Java Developer's Journal, and Web Techniques. He can be reached at darby@j-nine.
Glenn E. Mitchell II is the faculty administrator at USF who directs the State Data Centre on Aging and is also an active consultant, writer, and speaker. His consulting firm is called .Com Consulting Group. You can reach Mitch at email@example.com.
Joel Peach is Vice President of Professional Services and co-founder of Tracer Information Systems, Ltd. in Columbus, OH. He has several years of experience building distributed applications for both private and public sector firms. You can reach Joel at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pascal de Haan currently works for one of the largest independent software integrators, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young with a high technology unit, called Warp11. My main focus at this moment lies with webservices, marketplaces and related technologies.
Peter den Haan is a senior systems engineer at Objectivity Ltd, a UK-based systems integration company. Peter is a Sun certified Java 2 developer, a JavaRanch bartender and holds a doctorate in theoretical physics.
Peter Wansh is a software developer at IBM's Toronto Lab working on the DB2 Universal Database administration tools. His interests include Web-based learning, large-scale Java application development, time-based media processing in Java, relational databases and theoretical computer science subjects such as software analysis and verification.
"Sameer Tyagi is Java Architect at Sun and when he's not doing something in Java, he can be found sky diving out of a plane or trying to fly one ".
Sean McLean currently focuses on the design and development of multi-tiered distributed Internet applications, particularly distributed content management systems. Sean's interest in the world of computers also includes cryptography, signal processing and digital audio editing.
Sing Li's wide-ranging experience spans distributed architectures, multi-tiered Internet/Intranet systems, computer telephony, call centre technology, and embedded systems. Sing has participated in several Wrox projects in the past, and has been working with (and writing about) Java and Jini since their very first alpha releases, and is an active participant in the Jini community.