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by industry experts. Here are just a few of the authors you'll find on our virtual shelves.

Curt Simmons is an author, trainer, and courseware developer based in Dallas, Texas. He is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and a Certified Technical Trainer. Curt focuses on Windows NT, 2000, and general networking topics. He is the author of almost twenty high-level computing books, including Windows XP Headaches.

Gary Bahadur, co-founder and Chief Information Officer of Foundstone Inc, has been providing security consulting and training services for the past two years. Prior to starting Foundstone, Gary performed security consulting and training services for Fortune 500 companies. He is the co-author of Windows XP Professional Security.

Chris Weber is a security consultant at Foundstone. Chris is adept in many facets of Information Technology and secure network computing. He has performed numerous ethical hacking tests, security architecture reviews, and secure application analyses. He has also been a security tutorial honoraria speaker at the USENIX 10th Annual Security Symposium in 2001, and a co-instructor at Computer Security Institute's 2001 Network Security conference in New Orleans. He is the co-author of Windows XP Professional Security.

Frank McBath is an SQL Server specialist in Microsoft's Enterprise Applications Practice specializing in architecting and implementing large database installations. Before joining Microsoft, McBath worked for several Fortune 100 firms and consulting houses. He is also the author of SQL Server Backup and Recovery.

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