Timothy Boronczyk is a native of Syracuse, NY, where he works as a software developer by day and a freelance developer, writer, and technical editor by night. He has been involved in web design since 1998, with Linux since 2001, and over the years has written several articles and tutorials. Timothy holds a degree in software application programming. In his spare time, he enjoys photography, hanging out with his friends, and sleeping with his feet hanging off the end of his bed. He's easily distracted by shiny objects.
Christopher Negus is the author of the best-selling Red Hat Linux Bible series, as well as the author of Linux Toys, Linux Toolbox series, Linux Troubleshooting Bible, Linux Bible 2009 edition, and dozens of other UNIX and Linux books. Chris is a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE, cert #805008815534875), instructor (RHCI), and examiner (RHCX). Since 2008, Chris has been employed by Red Hat, Inc. as an instructor, teaching RHCE-track courses. Earlier in his career, Chris worked for eight years on development teams for the UNIX operating system at AT&T, where UNIX was created and developed.
Ralph Angenendt has been working as a system and network administrator since 1998. After being introduced to Linux in 1995, Ralph's interest in non-UNIX-like operating systems has dropped dramatically, so his work environment mostly consists of Linux servers.
Besides having a sweet tooth for domesticating wild mail servers, Ralph also has a ...