Doug Hellmann is a Senior Software Engineer at Racemi and former Editor in Chief for Python Magazine. He has been programming in Python since version 1.4 and prior to Python worked mostly with C on a variety of Unix and non-Unix platforms. He has worked on projects ranging from mapping to medical news publishing, with a little banking thrown in for good measure. Doug spends his spare time working on several open source projects; reading science fiction, history, and biographies; and writing the Python Module of the Week blog series.
Jeremy Jones is the coauthor of Python for Unix and Linux System Administration and has been actively using Python since 2001. He has been a developer, system administrator, quality assurance engineer, and tech support analyst. They all have their rewards and challenges, but his most challenging and rewarding job has been husband and father.
Ted Leung has been programming in Python since 2002 and is currently a Principal Software Engineer at Sun Microsystems. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master's of Science degree in computer science from Brown University. Ted's weblog is available at http://www.sauria.com/blog
Bill Mietelski has been an Information Technology geek for over 20 years. He's currently a Software Engineer at a leading national academic medical center in the Chicagoland area, working on statistical research studies. When he's not at the office or tied to a computer, you'll find him at a golf course chasing a little white ball.
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