David Kenney

David Kenney is an award-winning technical author employed by Digital Equipment Corporation. He currently writes for Digital's Distributed Processing Engineering group, located in Littleton, Massachusetts. Since his arrival at DEC in 1989, David has written user documentation in support of Digital's distributed-naming software products, specifically the Cell Directory Service (CDS) and its progenitor offering, the Digital Distributed Name Service (DECdns). David graduated from Boston College in 1973 with a B.A. in English, specializing in mediaeval literature. David, his wife Lesley, and their two sons, Christopher and George, live in Ashby, Massachusetts. Gerry Fisher is a software technical-writing supervisor for Digital Equipment Corporation, in the distributed-computing area. He has been with Digital for eight years. As a technical writer, he has written documentation on the C, C++, and Pascal languages, and on the GKS and PHIGS graphical run-time libraries. Gerry graduated from Boston University in 1983 with a B.A. in English and a minor in Computer Science. Give him a sport to play or a good film to watch, and he's happy. Gerry currently divides his time between his home in Medford, Massachusetts, and the home of his loving partner, David Froais, in Boston.

Understanding DCE Understanding DCE
by Ward Rosenberry, David Kenney, Gerry Fisher
October 1992