Charlie Collins is the Director of Technology at MOVL; an experienced java, mobile, and web developer; a contributor to several open source projects; and coauthor of Android in Practice, Unlocking Android, and GWT in Practice.
Neal has a degree in Computer Science from Georgia State University specializing in languages and compilers and a minor in mathematics specializing in statistical analysis.
He is also the designer and developer of applications, instructional
materials, magazine articles, and video presentations. He is also the
author of 6 books, including the most recent Presentation
Patterns and Functional Thinking. Given
his degree, Neal is a bit of a language geek, with affections including but not limited to
focus is the design and construction of large-scale enterprise
applications. Neal is an internationally acclaimed speaker, having
spoken at over 300 developer conferences worldwide, delivering more
than 2000 presentations. If you have an insatiable curiosity about Neal, visit
his web site at nealford.com. He welcomes feedback and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An internationally recognized expert in the field software development methodologies and best practices, Hunt is the author of The Pragmatic Programmer, Programming Ruby, and The Agile Manifesto. Hunt is also a JOLT Productivity Award Winner for both Pragmatic Version Control and Pragmatic Unit Testing. Amongst his many honors, he is a columnist for IEEE Software Magazine and is Board of Directors for Agile Alliance.
Rob is a Lead J2EE Developer for S.P. Richards, designing and developing their modernized merchandising and order management systems which handle over $1.5 billion in annual sales. During his 7 years of Java experience, he has developed in-depth knowledge of wireless applications, business process management, logistics systems, and web applications. Currently, his main areas of focus are Java persistence approaches and simplifying development of robust web applications. A graduate of Georgia Tech, he currently lives on the west side of Atlanta with his wife Cheryl.
Richard is a Senior Software Architect and Lead Architect for Collaborative Systems in Sun Microsystems’ Advanced Technology & Edge Computing Group (ATEC) where he specializes in service-oriented, peer-to-peer(p2p), dynamic/autonomic and wireless/mobility systems specification, architecture, design and development. With over six years at Sun Microsystems, nineteen years in the software industry and over fourteen years developing object-oriented systems, Richard has extensive experience designing and building systems in many domains including wireless/telecommunications, military, automotive, insurance, financial, entertainment, legal and retail industries. At present, his main focus area is autonomic computing using Java technology and N1. Key Java technology focus areas include JXTA, JMX, Java Web Services and Groovy.