Elliotte Rusty Harold

Elliotte Rusty Harold

Java and XML expert

  • @elharo

Brooklyn, New York

Areas of Expertise:

  • Java
  • XML
  • XSLT
  • XQuery
  • SAX
  • DOM
  • JDOM
  • XOM
  • XHTML
  • HTML
  • HTML 5
  • Web Analytics
  • GData
  • Atom
  • RSS
  • TDD
  • XP
  • Agile
  • speaking
  • writing
Elliotte Rusty Harold is originally from New Orleans to which he returns periodically in search of a decent bowl of gumbo. However, he currently resides in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn with his wife Beth and dog Thor. He's a frequent speaker at industry conferences including Software Development, Dr. Dobb's Architecture & Design World, SD Best Practices, Extreme Markup Languages, and too many user groups to count. His open source projects include the XOM Library for processing XML with Java and the Amateur media player.

Java Network Programming Java Network Programming
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
Fourth Edition October 2013
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $31.99

JavaMail API JavaMail API
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
July 2013
Print: $12.99
Ebook: $9.99

Java I/O Java I/O
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
Second Edition May 2006
Print: $59.99
Ebook: $47.99

Java Network Programming Java Network Programming
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
Third Edition October 2004
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XML in a Nutshell XML in a Nutshell
by Elliotte Rusty Harold , W. Scott Means
Third Edition September 2004
Print: $44.99
Ebook: $35.99

XML in a Nutshell XML in a Nutshell
by Elliotte Rusty Harold , W. Scott Means
Second Edition June 2002
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XML in a Nutshell XML in a Nutshell
by W. Scott Means , Elliotte Rusty Harold
January 2001
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Java Network Programming Java Network Programming
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
Second Edition August 2000
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Java I/O Java I/O
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
March 1999
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Java Network Programming Java Network Programming
by Elliotte Rusty Harold
January 1997
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Email: The Internet’s First and Last Killer App

December 17 2013

I’m dating myself here, but I remember a time when AOL was obviously going to replace email (or at least that’s what the pundits and day traders told us). Standard Internet email was clearly too anarchic, uncontrolled, and uncommercial to … read more

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"Another outstanding book!!! I read tons of technical books each year, but I have to admit that I truly enjoy my O’Reilly books the best...The XML book is always by my side when I am doing web development. Even though I have become fairly knowledgeable regarding XML/XSL, I still find times when I have to consult the O’Reilly book...In summary, this is a good book for both beginners and advanced XML developers. Keep up the good work O’Reilly!"
--Dave Fecak, Philadelphia Area Java Users' Group