W. Clay Richardson is a software consultant concentrating on agile Java Solutions for highly specialized business processes. He has fielded many Java solutions, serving in roles including senior architect, development lead, and program manager. He is a co-author of More Java Pitfalls and Professional Portal Development with Open Source Tools (Wiley), and Professional Java, JDK 5 Edition. As an adjunct professor of computer science for Virginia Tech, Richardson teaches graduate-level coursework in object-oriented development with Java. He holds degrees from Virginia Tech and the Virginia Military Institute.
Donald Avondolio currently serves in a lead position as an architect / developer on an enterprise development project. In his spare time, Donald loves fly-fishing, watching baseball and lacrosse running triathlons (not very well), and sitting around his house complaining about things.
Scot Schrager has consulted extensively in the domains of pharmaceuticals, supply chain management, and the national security market. He has led and participated in various project teams using Java and Object Oriented Analysis & Design techniques. Most recently, Schrager has been focused on distributed application architecture using J2EE technology.
Mark W. Mitchell has extensive experience in enterprise application integration between java and the Microsoft platform. He has developed and deployed several mission-critical web applications. Mitchell holds a degree in computer science from the university of Virginia.
Jeff Scanlon is a software development consultant from Virginia. He holds both the Sun Certified Java Developer and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer certifications, and has been published in Software Development magazine.