About the Authors
Java Architecture for XML Binding
Eric Jendrock is a staff writer at Sun Microsystems, where he leads the Java EE Tutorial and the Java WSIT Tutorial. Previously, he documented middleware products and standards. Currently, he writes about the Java Web Services Interoperability Technologies, the Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB), and security in the Java EE platform.
JavaServer Faces Technology, Web-Tier Technologies
Jennifer Ball is a staff writer at Sun Microsystems, where she documents JavaServer Faces technology. Previously she documented the Java2D API, deploytool, and JAXB. She holds an M.A. degree in Interdisciplinary Computer Science from Mills College.
Debbie Carson is a staff writer at Sun Microsystems, where she documents the Java EE, Java SE, and Java Web Services Interoperability Technologies platforms. In previous positions she documented creating database applications using C++ and Java technologies and creating distributed applications using Java technology.
Java API for XML Web Services, Enterprise JavaBeans Technology, Java Persistence API
Ian Evans is a staff writer at Sun Microsystems, where he documents the Java EE and Java Web Services platforms and edits the Java EE platform specifications. In previous positions he documented programming tools, CORBA middleware, and Java application servers, and taught classes on UNIX, web programming, and server-side Java development.
Streaming API for XML, Java Architecture for XML Binding
Scott Fordin is a senior staff writer, illustrator, and online help specialist in the Java and XML Technology groups at Sun Microsystems. He has written numerous articles on Java, XML, and web service technologies. Scott has also written many developer guides, administrator guides, user guides (including the JAXB User’s Guide), specifications, white papers, and tutorials for a wide range of products. Some of his most recent work includes writing about the StAX APIs, Application Server troubleshooting, and Application Server error messages.
SOAP with Attachments API for Java, Java Message Service API
Kim Haase is a staff writer at Sun Microsystems, where she documents the Java EE platform and Java Web Services. In previous positions she documented compilers, debuggers, and floating-point programming. She currently writes about the Java Message Service, the Java API for XML Registries, SOAP with Attachments API for Java, the Java DB database, and Service Registry.