Ed Tittel is a free-lance writer, consultant, and occasional expert legal witness on Web technologies who works at home near beautiful Austin, Texas. Ed has written for the trade press since 1986 and worked on over 140 books. Ed has worked on many other titles for Wiley, including Windows Server 2008 For Dummies, XML For Dummies, and Networking with NetWare For Dummies. Lately, he’s also worked on various custom …For Dummies titles including booklets on clustered computing, mobile backhaul, XBRL Markup, and carrier ethernet.
Ed blogs, provides expert Q&A, and writes for several TechTarget.com Web sites, such as SearchNetworking.com and SearchWindows.com. He also writes for ITExpertVoice, Tom’s Hardware, Tom’s Guide, and more. When he’s not busy working, Ed likes to travel, shoot pool, and spend time with his family. He also loves to spend time in the kitchen cooking like mad, or sous-cheffin’ for his cuisine-crazy wife, Dina. For more information contact Ed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chris Minnick is the CEO of Minnick New Media (www.minnick.com) and the author of several books, including Beginning HTML5 and CSS3 for Dummies and WebKit for Dummies.
Chris has been a Web developer and author since the mid-1990s. He has written for Dr. Dobb’s Journal, Software Development Magazine, Internet Evolution, and once had a syndicated column about the future of the Internet, titled “Web 8.0.” His online course, Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5, is consistently among the top 25 most popular courses offered by Ed2Go.
In addition to being the most experienced Web developer to never have a “real” job, Chris is an award-winning winemaker, an avid swimmer and musician, and the Chief Fun Officer and co-founder of the Institute of Fun.