Mark Hoeber

Sharon Zakhour, the Java Tutorial team lead, has worked at Sun as a senior technical writer for seven years. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Computer Science and has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for more than 20 years.

Scott Hommel is a technical writer on staff at Sun Microsystems, where he documents the Java Platform, Standard Edition. Since 1999, he has contributed to every major release of the JDK, mostly in the form of API spec clarifications and core release documentation.

Jacob Royal has a masters degree in IT and an MBA in Information Systems. He has written administrator's guides, API references, programmer's guides and has identified new tools and developed code and writing standards for various companies including Lucent Technologies and Autodesk.

Isaac Rabinovitch is a freelance technical writer. He has written user's manuals, programmer's guides, administrator's manuals, API references, release notes, and support documentation at Sun, Borland, SGI, and many other companies.

Thomas Risser was educated in physics at Harvard (B.A.) and the University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D.). He has been a technical writer in the computer industry for 15 years.

Mark Hoeber is a former senior technical writer at Sun Microsystems. He has worked as a technical writer for twelve years, focusing on documentation for software developers and system administrators.



Scott Hommel

Scott Hommel is a senior technical writer at Oracle Corporation, where he documents the Java Platform, Standard Edition. For the past fifteen years, he has written tutorials, technical articles, and core release documentation for Java SE and related technologies.

Isaac Rabinovitch

Sharon Zakhour, the Java Tutorial team lead, has worked at Sun as a senior technical writer for seven years. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Computer Science and has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for more than 20 years.

Scott Hommel is a technical writer on staff at Sun Microsystems, where he documents the Java Platform, Standard Edition. Since 1999, he has contributed to every major release of the JDK, mostly in the form of API spec clarifications and core release documentation.

Jacob Royal has a masters degree in IT and an MBA in Information Systems. He has written administrator's guides, API references, programmer's guides and has identified new tools and developed code and writing standards for various companies including Lucent Technologies and Autodesk.

Isaac Rabinovitch is a freelance technical writer. He has written user's manuals, programmer's guides, administrator's manuals, API references, release notes, and support documentation at Sun, Borland, SGI, and many other companies.

Thomas Risser was educated in physics at Harvard (B.A.) and the University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D.). He has been a technical writer in the computer industry for 15 years.

Mark Hoeber is a former senior technical writer at Sun Microsystems. He has worked as a technical writer for twelve years, focusing on documentation for software developers and system administrators.



Tom Risser

Sharon Zakhour, the Java Tutorial team lead, has worked at Sun as a senior technical writer for seven years. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Computer Science and has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for more than 20 years.

Scott Hommel is a technical writer on staff at Sun Microsystems, where he documents the Java Platform, Standard Edition. Since 1999, he has contributed to every major release of the JDK, mostly in the form of API spec clarifications and core release documentation.

Jacob Royal has a masters degree in IT and an MBA in Information Systems. He has written administrator's guides, API references, programmer's guides and has identified new tools and developed code and writing standards for various companies including Lucent Technologies and Autodesk.

Isaac Rabinovitch is a freelance technical writer. He has written user's manuals, programmer's guides, administrator's manuals, API references, release notes, and support documentation at Sun, Borland, SGI, and many other companies.

Thomas Risser was educated in physics at Harvard (B.A.) and the University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D.). He has been a technical writer in the computer industry for 15 years.

Mark Hoeber is a former senior technical writer at Sun Microsystems. He has worked as a technical writer for twelve years, focusing on documentation for software developers and system administrators.



Jacob Royal

Sharon Zakhour, the Java Tutorial team lead, has worked at Sun as a senior technical writer for seven years. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Computer Science and has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for more than 20 years.

Scott Hommel is a technical writer on staff at Sun Microsystems, where he documents the Java Platform, Standard Edition. Since 1999, he has contributed to every major release of the JDK, mostly in the form of API spec clarifications and core release documentation.

Jacob Royal has a masters degree in IT and an MBA in Information Systems. He has written administrator's guides, API references, programmer's guides and has identified new tools and developed code and writing standards for various companies including Lucent Technologies and Autodesk.

Isaac Rabinovitch is a freelance technical writer. He has written user's manuals, programmer's guides, administrator's manuals, API references, release notes, and support documentation at Sun, Borland, SGI, and many other companies.

Thomas Risser was educated in physics at Harvard (B.A.) and the University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D.). He has been a technical writer in the computer industry for 15 years.

Mark Hoeber is a former senior technical writer at Sun Microsystems. He has worked as a technical writer for twelve years, focusing on documentation for software developers and system administrators.



Sharon Zakhour

Kathy Walrath is a senior technical writer on the Swing team at Sun Microsystems. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley, with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Kathy wrote extensively about Unix, Mach, and NextStep. Since 1993, Kathy has been writing specifications and how-to guides for the Java platform. Mary Campione was formerly a senior technical writer at Sun Microsystems, where she started writing about the Java platform in 1995. Mary graduated from California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo, with a B.S. in Computer Science and has worked as both a technical writer and programmer.

Alison Huml is a technical writer at Sun Microsystems, where she joined The Java Tutorial team in 1997 and also works with the Security team. Alison received her B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently pursuing her master's degree in Computer Science at Mills College.

Sharon Zakhour is a senior technical writer who supports the Swing, AWT, and JDNC teams at Sun Microsystems, where she has worked since 1999. She graduated with a B.A. in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, and has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for 18 years.



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Sharon Biocca Zakhour

Sharon Biocca Zakhour is a principal technical writer at Oracle Corporation, and was formerly at Sun Microsystems. She has contributed to Java SE platform documentation for more than twelve years, including The Java Tutorial, Fourth Edition, (Addison-Wesley, 2007), and The JFC Swing Tutorial, Second Edition (Addison-Wesley, 2004). She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a B.A. in computer science, and has worked as a programmer, developer support engineer, and technical writer for thirty years.