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Java API for XML Processing

Eric Armstrong has been programming and writing professionally since before there were personal computers. His production experience includes artificial intelligence (AI) programs, system libraries, real-time programs, and business applications in a variety of languages. He works as a consultant at Sun's Java Software division in the Bay Area, and he is a contributor to JavaWorld. He wrote The JBuilder2 Bible, as well as Sun's Java XML programming tutorial. For a time, Eric was involved in efforts to design next-generation collaborative discussion/decision systems. His learn-by-ear, see-the-fingering music teaching program is currently on hold while he finishes a weight training book. His Web site is http://www.treelight.com.

Web Applications and Technology

Stephanie Bodoff is a staff writer at Sun Microsystems. In previous positions she worked as a software engineer on distributed computing and telecommunications systems and object-oriented software development methods. Since her conversion to technical writing, Stephanie has documented object-oriented databases, application servers, and enterprise application development methods. She is a co-author of The J2EE Tutorial, Designing Enterprise Applications with the JavaTrademarked 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition, and Object-Oriented Software Development: The Fusion Method.

Java API for XML Messaging, Introduction to Web Services

Maydene Fisher has documented various Java APIs at Sun Microsystems for the last five years. She authored two books on the JDBC API, JDBCTrademarked Database Access with Java: A Tutorial and Annotated Reference and JDBCTrademarked API Tutorial and Reference, Second Edition: Universal Data Access for the JavaTrademarked 2 Platform. Before joining Sun, she helped document the object-oriented programming language ScriptX at Kaleida Labs and worked on Wall Street, where she wrote developer and user manuals for complex financial computer models written in C++. In previous lives, she has been an English teacher, a shopkeeper in Mendocino, and a financial planner.

Java API for RPC-based XML

Dale Green is a staff writer with Sun Microsystems, where he documents the J2EE platform and the Java API for RPC-based XML. In previous positions he programmed business applications, designed databases, taught technical classes, and documented RDBMS products. He wrote the Internationalization and Reflection trails for the Java Tutorial Continued, and co-authored The J2EE Tutorial.

Java API for XML Registries, Java WSDP Registry Server

Kim Haase is a staff writer with Sun Microsystems, where she documents the J2EE platform. In previous positions she has documented compilers, debuggers, and floating-point programming. She currently writes about the Java Message Service and the Java API for XML Registries. She is a co-author of JavaTrademarked Message Service API Tutorial and Reference.

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