Roger Weeks has been living and working with computers since 1982 when he got his first Atari, and discovered a whole new world with the purchase of a 300bps modem.
He has designed, built and supported large and small server installations and networks from LAN to WAN to wireless. He was a part of the NoCat wireless group in Sebastopol, CA for several years and considers that one of the best experiences of his life. In the past several years he has focused on storage, from enterprises to service providers to storage in the cloud.
He is currently a Technical Prodiuct Manager for the Elastic Storage Group at HGST in San Jose, CA.
"The discussions are detailed and the text is well illustrated with code and script examples. As far as I am aware this is the most detailed account of wireless-for-Linux in print. Apart from the tutorial style 'how-to' information it provides understanding of wireless technical issues, and contains information about sources for both hardware and software."
--Major Keary, Linux Users of Victoria Inc.