Bram Smeets is a Java architect with over eight years of experience in developing enterprise Java applications. Currently, Bram is technical director at JTeam (www.JTeam.nl), a Java software development company based in the Netherlands, and senior consultant at SpringSource (pringSource.com). He is a regular speaker at technology-focused conferences like The Ajax Experience and SpringOne. Using Google Web Toolkit, Bram has delivered several successful rich Internet applications for JTeam. He also delivered Ajax and Google Web Toolkit trainings at several companies.
Uri Boness is a software engineer and architect with more than eight years of experience developing Java applications. Uri serves as the chief scientist at JTeam. Over the years, Uri has contributed and initiated several open source projects, including GWToolbox, a set of Google Web Toolkit modules to help and simplify the development of Google Web Toolkit applications. Like co-author Bram Smeets, Uri delivered several GWT-based projects and has given several trainings on the subject. His main technology interests are focused at search and rich Internet applications, which he considers to be the real backbone of the new age of enterprise applications.
Roald Bankras is a software engineer and project manager with over 5 years of Java experience. Roald has gathered his experience running e-procurement and custom back-office projects for midsize and large companies in the Netherlands. During the last year, Roald has put his knowledge to use implementing a complete fulfillment system using Google Web Toolkit.