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About The Contributors
Michael Jang (RHCE, LCP, Linux+, MCSE) is currently a full-time writer, specializing in operating systems and networks. His experience with computers goes back to the days of jumbled punch cards. He has written other books on Linux certification, including Linux+ Exam Cram and Sair GNU/Linux Installation and Configuration Exam Cram. His other Linux books include Mastering Red Hat Linux 9, Mastering Linux Second Edition, and Linux Networking Clearly Explained. He has also written or contributed to books on Microsoft operating systems, including MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows 98 and Mastering Windows XP Professional, Second Edition.
In his previous life as a Boeing engineer, Michael worked a variety of jobs, including project manager for the first FAA type certified In-Seat Video Entertainment systems.
Elizabeth Zinkann is a logical Linux catalyst, a freelance technical editor, and an independent computer consultant. She was a contributing editor and review columnist for Sys Admin Magazine for ten years. (Her most recent reviews have taken refuge at www.equillink.com.) Her articles have also appeared in Performance Computing, Linux Magazine, and Network Administrator magazines. As an independent computer consultant, she has built Linux servers; maintained computers utilizing Linux, Solaris, Macintosh, and Windows environments; programmed databases; and taught Linux, Unix, computer hardware basics, and Internet essentials. In a former life, she also programmed communications features, including ISDN at AT&T Network Systems.
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