John Gosney is currently the Director of Information Technology for the Indiana University School of Dentistry, and is also an adjunct instructor for the IU School of Liberal Arts on the Indianapolis campus. John has worked in both the publishing and pharmaceutical industries as an application developer, technical writer, and training consultant. John writes extensively on all facets of the IT arena, from market analysis and forecasts to guidebooks on a variety of topics. His most recently published titles with Course include "Blogging for Teens" (1592004768), "Convert Your VHS Home Movies to DVD" (1592004822) and "HTML Professional Projects" (159200055X). John received his B.A. in technical writing and psychobiology in 1992 from Purdue University and an M.A. in English from Butler University in 1996. John, who resides in Columbus, Indiana, enjoys sports, reading, listening to music, and spending time with his family.
Brian Lich has worked in the Information Technology industry for almost ten years and is currently the Network Administrator and Systems Coordinator for the Indiana University Shchool of Dentistry in Indianapolis. Brian has a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Purdue University and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. He currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.