David Jurick was tragically born a siamese twin. His twin happened to be a PC computer with a 1394a umbilical cord linking the two. Thus, he's been around computers for a considerable amount of time. He has extensive experience in such topics as networking, hardware, software, and HTML programming. He graduated high school in 2001, and then went on to pursue a degree at U.C. Santa Barbara. While in school he helped found the Kappa Sigma fraternity at U.C.S.B. In 2006 he graduated with a B.S. degree in pharmacology. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
Webcast: iPhone Hacking - Intermediate & Advanced May 15, 2009 This webcast will focus on the last two chapters of iPhone Hacks, involving hardware and software development.
“The authors donft pretend to know it all and yet they provide us with exactly the knowledge we need by calling on contributors from an electrical engineering student to a photographer to a teen]age App Store entrepreneur. The information is presented in a non]threatening, very easy to read format. Probably the highest praise I can give the authors is: I didnft know I wanted to hack my iPhone until I read this book. And now I know I can.”— Donna Robertson, Macsimum News
“Overall, this is an amazing book, clearly and thoroughly describing the dozens of ways you can truly make your iPhone your own. It manages to cover challenging information fairly and accurately in a manner that will appeal to any adventurous, curious and technically-minded reader. Even if you never plan to do anything other then the tamest hacks to your iPhone, browsing this book will teach you a lot about your phone as a computer, and leave you stimulated and fascinated.”— Mike Silverman, Lawrence Apple Users Group