Jina Bolton lives in Silicon Valley, is a member if the AIGA, has a bachelor of fine arts (with an emphasis on computer arts & graphic design) and currently does web design professionally for a living. She's an active public speaker and co-author of SitePoint's The Art & Science of CSS.
David Johnson is the co-founder and CTO of Nitobi, an Ajax component vendor and consulting firm. He has over eight years experience with Ajax related technologies such as XML, XSL and XMLHttpRequest, and has written articles for journals, magazines, conference papers, and for web publications such as JavaWorld.com and XML.com Andre Charland, co-founder, president and CEO of Nitobi, has been involved in Internet software development for the past eight years and has successfully executed over 100 development projects. He often speaks on Ajax and web usability, and maintains his own blog, captainajax.com. Alexei White is a Product Manager for Nitobi' s suite of enterprise Ajax user interface components and has consulted with Fortune 500 companies implementing Ajax Solutions. He has written on Ajax development for Developer.com, Network World, and IT Solutions Journal, and has been quoted on CNN.com, Wired Magazine, and in eWeek on topics in Ajax development. Alexei is also the co-founder and developer of SayZu, an Ajax-powered polling and focus grouping service.
Jonathan Snook is a self-professed web geek who's been involved in developing web sites since 1995. With over 6 years of web agency experience, he has brought his talents to projects with clients such as FedEx, Apple, Red Bull, and the Canadian Red Cross.
Jonathan currently works as a freelance web developer out of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and writes on web development for his site Snook.ca.