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Michael Turner

Michael Turner is a systems administrator, software engineer, author, and all around geek with over twenty years experience behind a computer keyboard. He first started working with UNIX in 1988 and has been working with Linux professionally since 1995. He has managed computer networks with over 80,000 users and has written software that has flown on the Space Shuttle Discovery. Currently he is employed at Collabnet Inc. as an instantiation engineer working on the SourceCast collaborative development environment. In his spare time he enjoys reading, watching independent films, listening to music, and playing with new technological gadgets. Free software advocacy and programming are also among his interests. He lives with his family in the Silicon Valley of California and shares his home with two cats, three snakes and one bearded dragon.Steve Shah is the director of product management at Array Networks (www.arraynetworks.net) where he is responsible for the technical direction of traffic management and security products. His other author credits include contributions to Unix Unleashed, Red Hat Linux Unleashed, Using Linux, and Content Delivery Networks. Prior to Array Networks, Steve was a developer and systems administrator for several companies, including Alteon Web Systems and the Center for Environmental Research and Technology. Besides Linux, Steve has been responsible for a variety of operating systems including Solaris, Irix, FreeBSD, SunOS, HPUX, and the many flavors of Microsoft Window.

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