Ed Tittel has worked over 30 years in the computing industry. He’s worked as a software developer and development manager, a networking consultant, a trainer and course developer, and a technical evangelist for companies that include Burroughs, Schlumberger, Excelan, Novell, IBM/Tivoli and NetQOS (now part of CA). He also ran a content factory named LANWrights from 1994-2004, and routinely produced 50-plus computer trade books yearly, on average.
By 1994 Ed had worked on a dozen books (including the immortal classic Stupid PC Tricks) and written over one hundred articles, so he took the plunge when Novell closed its Austin, TX, offices and went out on his own. Over the next 10 years he would contribute to 100-plus books, start his own company, create the Exam Cram series of IT Certification books, and dig deeply into content development and delivery for a variety of publishers and corporate customers. Ed has published books with Academic Press, Addison-Wesley, Charles River Press, Course Technology, IDG Books, Pearson Publishing, Sybex, and Wiley. He has also written for the following major corporations: Ciena, Cisco, Fortinet, HP, Microsoft, Novell, Platform Computing, and Symantec, among others.
Ed’s areas of technical interest include: markup languages; information security; Windows operating systems; and Web development tools and technologies. Ed currently blogs 7 times weekly: 3 times each for IT Career JumpStart and Windows Enterprise Desktop, and once a week for Ed Tittel’s IT Certification Success. He also writes regularly for Websites that include InformIT.com, ReadWriteWeb.com, SearchWinIT.com, and SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com. Ed works occasionally as an expert witness on Web development technologies and markup languages, too. Follow Ed on Google Plus or visit any of his blogs to learn more about his current work and activity.