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About the Author

Barry Moore is a graduate of Western Michigan University and has been working and playing on the Internet since 1991. He has worked as a technical trainer and web developer and holds several industry certifications, including Microsoft Certified System Engineer, Certified Internet Webmaster—Master Designer, Certified Advanced ColdFusion Developer, and Microsoft Certified Trainer. Barry also founded and is still an active member of the Queensland ColdFusion User Group. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Barry now lives with his wife, Emma, in sunny Brisbane on Australia’s East coast, where he currently works as a web infrastructure engineer and developer for Tourism Queensland.

About the Technical Reviewers

The following reviewers contributed their considerable hands-on expertise to the entire development process for ColdFusion MX: From Static to Dynamic in 10 Steps. 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 ColdFusion MX: From Static to Dynamic in 10 Steps fits our reader’s need for the highest-quality technical information.

Marc Dimmick has been involved in the ColdFusion community for more than six years. He was instrumental in the establishment of a CFUG in Victoria that has been running for over six years, as well as other newly formed CFUGs in Australia. There is now a user group in each state and territory of Australia.

Marc has been involved in the ICT industry for more than 20 years. His activities have included everything from computer sales and engineering to teaching, training, design, and development. He started in the Internet industry as a graphic designer and then progressed to development and management of development teams. He has been involved with ColdFusion since version 3. He is currently General Manager of iBase Global Pty Ltd, a small enterprise in Australia.

Kathy Hester spends most of her time as a trainer for web designers and developers. When not involved with training sessions, Kathy works as an independent contractor doing project management, web programming, and user interface design. In her spare time, she manages the New Orleans ColdFusion User Group and works with Hal Helms teaching Fusebox methodology. Kathy can be reached at kathyhes@realsheep.com.

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