Scott Roberts is a Principal Development Lead in the SQL Server group at Microsoft Corporation. Previously, he was a Development Lead on the InfoPath team, and was involved with InfoPath since its inception. While in the InfoPath team, he led the development of many features for designing and editing InfoPath forms. Scott is also the author of Programming Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft Press, 1999) and numerous technical articles and publications.
Hagen Green is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Corporation, working on the Windows Phone Communications team. He previously led the User Experience Platform test team in SharePoint Foundation. He contributed chapters on InfoPath to Visual Studio Tools for Office: Using Visual Basic 2005 with Excel, Word, Outlook, and InfoPath (Addison-Wesley, 2006), and Visual Studio Tools for Office: Using C# with Excel, Word, Outlook, and InfoPath (Addison-Wesley, 2005).
Jessica Meats is a Partner Technology Advisor for Microsoft Corporation specializing in Microsoft SharePoint Server, Office and Business Intelligence. She joined Microsoft in 2008, straight out of university, as a Partner Technology Specialist and chose InfoPath as one of her specialities, wishing that some of the companies she’d done temp work for as a student had used such a product. Her job involves helping partner organizations work with these products and aiding new partners quickly gain the skills needed to build a practice around delivering these solutions. Jessica is the author of a science-fiction thriller, Child of the Hive (Book Guild Publishing Ltd., 2009). In her spare time, Jessica writes fiction, juggles fire, and studies kung fu.