Christian Wenz

Christian Wenz

Consultant, trainer, author on various web topics

Areas of Expertise:

  • Ajax
  • JavaScript
  • ASP.NET
  • PHP
  • Web Application Security
  • Performance
  • Usability
  • Accessibility
  • consulting
  • speaking
  • programming
  • training
  • writing

Christian Wenz is an author, trainer, and consultant. His main focus of working and writing is on web technologies and security. Christian has written or co-written over 100 books for various publishers. He works with both open source and closed source web technologies. This leads to the unusual situation that he has both been awarded a Microsoft MVP for ASP/ASP.NET and is listed in Zend's Who is Who of PHP. He is also listed in Mozilla's credits (about:credits) and is considered an expert in browser-agnostic JavaScript.

Apart from writing and working on web projects, Christian also frequently speaks at developer conferences around the globe that cover web technologies. Among them are 2005's Microsoft Tech Ed Europe conference (BOF session) and all editions of Zend Conference so far.

Essential Silverlight 2 Up-to-Date Essential Silverlight 2 Up-to-Date
by Christian Wenz
April 2008
Ebook: $27.99

Programming ASP.NET AJAX Programming ASP.NET AJAX
by Christian Wenz
September 2007
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $31.99

Programming Atlas Programming Atlas
by Christian Wenz
September 2006
Print: $34.99

"This...book [is] a valuable resource for those who do not have the time to gather the information contained within its covers through trawling the Internet"
--Jok Gilchrist, Amazon.co.uk

"Of the published Atlas references out there, this one is worth the read."
--Yow-Hann Lee, blog

"So... If you're already using Visual Studio tools and .NET to program your applications, definitely use Atlas to let Microsoft do the heavy lifting for you. This particular book can help you consolidate all the information that's been written to date on the technology, and allow you to get moving more quickly than you would if you decided to dig it all out via the Web."
--Thomas Duff, Duffbert's Random Musings