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About the Authors
Jim Keogh is a member of the faculty of Columbia University, where he teaches courses on Java Application Development, and is a member of the Java Community Process Program. He developed the first e-commerce track at Columbia and became its first chairperson. Jim spent more than a decade developing advanced systems for major Wall Street firms and is also the author of several best-selling computer books.
Ken Davidson is a member of the faculty of Columbia University, where he teaches courses on Java Application Development. Ken has spent more than a decade developing advanced systems for major international firms.