Craig Hunt has almost 30 years of computing experiencefirst as a programmer, then a systems programmer, network architect, manager of network operations, and finally head of network research. Craig is now an independent computer consultant. He is currently working on the Microsoft antitrust settlement, with a particular focus on the Microsoft Communications Protocol Program (MCPP). Craig is the author of nine computer books, including TCP/IP Network Administration, and is the editor of five others. Find out more about Craig's professional activities at his web site www.wrotethebook.com.
Roberta Bragg's computing life started in 1975. She has been employed as an operator, programmer, systems administrator, network administrator, security consultant, trainer, teacher, editor and author. Her many publications include five programming and administration instruction curriculum guides, six certification guides, four technical reference books, hundreds of freelance IT oriented articles and seven years as a columnist on Windows security. Currently she consults and writes on information security.Roberta lives in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, 12 blocks from the Kansas City Arts Incubator where she produces and sells glass fused and slumped objects, and stained glass mosaics.