Ed Tittel is the originator of the Exam Cram series concept for Certification Insider Press. He has contributed to more than 30 titles in that series and to more than 100 computer-related books in general.
Ed also teaches for NetWorld+Interop, where he specializes in network operating systems, plus Internet technologies and security. In a past life, Ed worked for Novell, Inc., where his last job was director of technical marketing. In that position, Ed oversaw technical content for trade shows and for the BrainShare developer's conference, prior to his departure in 1994.
In his spare time, Ed is an enthusiastic pool player, if not an overly expert one. He also likes to cook¿especially homemade stock and all the good things that come from it. Ed and his trusty Labrador retriever, Blackie, make their home in Austin, Texas. You can reach Ed via email at email@example.com.
Kim Lindros has more than 10 years of experience in the computer industry; she's been everything from technical support specialist to manager of information services to, currently, editor/project manager of IT-related books at LANWrights, Inc., in Austin, Texas. She has edited more than 20 books (and counting) and co-authored 2 certification books with Ed Tittel.
Kim wears her workaholic badge proudly but finds time to devote to volunteer projects. She records books for the blind and physically disabled through the Texas State Library Talking Book Program, co-chairs an annual book sale that benefits the Austin Public Library, and is an active board member for two nonprofits. She also tends (i.e., caters) to her four-legged pals¿Emma, Bluey, Festus, Ezra, and Rosie. You can reach Kim via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.