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About the Author
Alex Fedorov is working as an executive editor for ComputerPress ,magazine - a monthly software and hardware magazine, published in Moscow, Russia. During his work in magazine Alex authored more that 150 articles on various programming topics, including Delphi programming, Internet programming, COM/OLE and other technologies. Alex is also the author of several books, published in russian.
Brian is a Senior Developer with NCR's Human Interface Technology Center in Atlanta, Georgia. At the HITC, Brian is responsible for prototyping and developing advanced applications that apply superior human interfaces as developed at the Center. His tools of choice include Visual Basic, Visual C++, Java, and all of the Microsoft Internet products. Brian has developed and deployed Multimedia Kiosk applications, Computer-based Training applications, and other advanced user interface prototypes for the past three years.
Richard is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer and a senior consultant for a major global IT services company. He has recently been specialising in Microsoft Internet architectures and helping organisations to use these technologies to build mission critical Web solutions.
Shawn is currently an independent Internet developer and consultant working in the Los Angeles area where he is also studying architecture at the University of Southern California. He writes articles for IEWorld (http://www.ieworld.net) an on-line journal that is dedicated to the latest in Internet Development and Microsoft technologies. His experience in web technologies ranges from HTML to client and server-side code and web application development. He has alsoworked as a contractor for companies ranging from nursing homes to Microsoft's Internet Gaming Zone.
Robert Smith is a graduate of Oxford University who has been working for Anthony Cook Associates since 1994. He has been developing with Access since its first release in 1992. About half of his time is psent developing with Access and SQL Server and the remainder is spent on consultancy in client/server design and development issues.
David gained experience in BASIC, Pascal, COBOL and OCCAM, before joining a UNIX system house where he stayed for 4 years, becoming the chief UNIX/C guru. For the last 3 years he has been working for a Microsoft Solution Provider, specializing in Access, VB and SQL Server, as well as playing extensively with every Beta product that comes his way.
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