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Kirk Allen Evans

Kirk Allen Evans has been developing applications for over 10 years. His focus remains developing complex, distributed systems using Microsoft technologies. He has written several articles for Visual Basic Programmer's Journal and speaks at user groups and conferences. Kirk also developed and maintains vbdna.net, a website devoted to demonstrating techniques for developing distributed systems using Visual Basic. He lives in Cumming, Georgia, and works as a contract developer in the Atlanta area. You can reach him at kaevans@vbdna.net

Ashwin Kamanna works as a software engineer at AINS India Pvt. Ltd., in Hyderabad, India. He spends most of his time designing and developing web applications with ASP, Java, XML, and COM. He has written for some ASP and C# online magazines including ASPToday.com and CSharpToday.com. His special fields of interest are XML and object-oriented design, and he enjoys delving deeper into them. He has a BE (Hons.) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, India. In his leisure time, if Ashwin is not programming or reading, he can be found doing a painting or a sketch to add to his gallery.

Joel Mueller is a senior software engineer at DeLani Technologies (http://www.delani.com), a leading web development software company, where he has been spearheading the company's Microsoft .NET development effort since July, 2000. Prior to theadvent of ASP.NET, Joel did extensive work with Microsoft Active Server Pages and Macromedia ColdFusion. Joel has written several books and articles on the topics of Macromedia ColdFusion and XML.

Scott Worley is a freelance IT consultant specializing in Microsoft-based technologies and SDLC project management. For the past 10 years, he has worked on many leading-edge development projects, utilizing the latest technologies. Scott is currently focusing all his attention on the .NET Framework and associated technologies, paying specific attention to ASP.NET and distributed web development.