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Daniel E. Geer, Jr. (T8 Instructor),   Sc.D., is Vice President of CertCo, LLC, market leader in digital certification. Dr. Geer has a long history in network security and distributed computing management as an entrepreneur, consultant, teacher and architect. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT, and a Doctor of Science in Biostatistics from Harvard University. A frequent speaker, popular teacher and member of several professional societies, he is active in USENIX where he has participated in almost every activity including Technical Program Chair for the San Diego, California, 1993 General Conference, Conference Chair for the First Symposium on Mobile and Location Independent Computing, and the First USENIX Workshop on Electronic Commerce. He was elected to the Board of Directors in June 1994, and served a two year term as Vice President in June 1996 and is the current USENIX Board Treasurer. He is the co-author of Wiley's Web Security Sourcebook, June 1997.
Jamie Hanrahan (S1 Instructor)   provides Windows NT driver development, consulting, and training services to leading companies. He received the Instructor of the Year award while teaching courses for Digital Equipment Corporation. He is co-author of VMS Advanced Driver Techniques. He is co-writing a book on Windows NT device drivers to be published by O'Reilly and Associates.
Brad Johnson (S5 Instructor)   is a well known authority in the field of distributed systems. He has participated in seminal industry initiatives including the Open Software Foundation, X/Open, and the IETF, and has published often about open systems. At SystemExperts Brad has led numerous security probes for major companies, revealing significant unrealized exposures. Prior to joining SystemExperts, Brad was one of the original members of the OSF DCE Evaluation Team, the group that identified, evaluated and selected technology to become the industry's first true interoperable middleware.
William LeFebvre (T6 Instructor)   is an author, programmer, teacher, and systems administration expert. William has been using UNIX and Internet technologies since 1983. He has written many articles on UNIX, networking and systems administration issues. Currently he is a columnist for Unix Review, writing the monthly "Daemons & Dragons" column. William is also the editor for the USENIX/ SAGE series "Short Topics in System Administration". William has contributed to several widely used UNIX packages, including Wietse Venema's logdaemon package. He is also the primary programmer for the popular UNIX utility top.
Bil Lewis (M3 Instructor),   with over 20 years of experience in the field, spent his last two years at Sun working with multithreading as it pertains to application development. He was an instructor at Stanford for many years, and taught in Kenya as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Bil is co-author of the Threads Primer, the GNU Emacs Lisp Manual, Multithreaded Programming with PThreads, and Multithreaded Programming with Java.
Evan Marcus (T4 Instructor)   is a Senior Systems Engineer and High Availability Specialist with VERITAS Software Corporation. Evan has more than 12 years of experience in UNIX systems administration. While working at Fusion Systems and OpenVision Software, Evan worked to bring the first High Availability software application for SunOS and Solaris to market. Evan has authored several articles and talks on the design of High Availability Systems.


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