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These reviewers contributed their considerable hands-on expertise to the entire development process for Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Killer Tips. As the book was being written, these dedicated professionals reviewed all the material for technical content, organization, and flow. Their feedback was critical to ensuring that Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Killer Tips fits our reader's need for the highest quality technical information.
Kim Cavanaugh is a teacher for the School District of Palm Beach County (Florida), where he has been teaching middle-school students web design using Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Flash since 1999. Kim is also an adjunct professor at Palm Beach Community College, where he teaches Dreamweaver and Flash.
The author of two beginner's guide titles for Dreamweaver and Fireworks (Osborne/McGraw-Hill), Kim has also developed course materials for the Learning Library (UK) and contributed to the Macromedia Studio MX Bible (Wiley). Kim has contributed numerous articles to Macromedia DevNet and writes extensively for Community MX.com, covering the full range of Studio MX products.
Prior to beginning his career as an educator, Kim worked for ten years as a custom furniture designer and manufacturer, and was a Field Artillery officer in the U.S. Army. He is a graduate of Stetson University (Deland, Florida), with a degree in Political Science.
Kim lives in West Palm Beach with his wife and daughter and loves all things associated with life in South Floridaespecially warm weather, the Miami Dolphins, in-shore fishing, and Jimmy Buffett tunes.
A native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Robert M. Hall has been involved with computers and technology for more than 20 years in several fields, ranging from design and prepress work to enterprise-level architecture and programming of next-generation ATM machines, kiosks, coin counters, and wireless applications for financial and banking industries. Robert maintains his own corporate entity, Feasible Impossibilities, through which he does contract work and speaking engagements. He also maintains a web site covering Flash-related news, articles, and a personal blog of his projects and items of interest. The all-Flash version is available at www.impossibilities.com, and his html-based blog is available at www.impossibilities.com/blog. Robert's published work can be found in chapters he contributed to the books Flash MX Magic and Flash Enabled, both published by New Riders; a chapter in the Flash MX Bible, published by Wiley; and several online articles for InformIt.com. Robert also contributed to the development of the exams currently in use by Macromedia for both Flash 5 and Flash MX Certified Professional programs. His most recent work can be found in an article written for the Flash Development Center on Macromedia DevNet located at www.macromedia.com/devnet/mx/flash/articles/amfphp.html.
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