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First, I must admit that I wrote this book for myself. Truth be told, I crafted this material so I could drink my own Kool-Aid and always remember what it tastes like. In other words, I wanted a reference written in my own words used to jog my memory as needed. Additionally:
Michael Richardson is a web and application developer living in Boise, Idaho. Way back when, he got an MFA in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence and published a novel in 2003 called Plans for a Mushroom Radio. These days, when he's not spending quality time with his lovely wife and rascal kid, he's managing his little web-based application called Timeglider.
Ben Nadel is the chief software engineer at Epicenter Consulting, a Manhattan-based web application development firm specializing in innovative custom software that transforms the way its clients do business. He is also an Adobe Community Professional as well as an Adobe Certified Professional in Advanced ColdFusion. In his spare time, he blogs extensively about all aspects of obsessively thorough web application development at www.bennadel.com.
Nathan Logan (website) has been a professional web developer for 8 years. Â His focus is on client-side technologies, but he also digs the server-side. Â He currently works for Memolane, alongside the author of this book. Â Personally, Nathan is blessed with a wonderful wife and son, and enjoys mountain biking, hot springs, spicy food, scotch, and Christian faith/theology.