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About the Author
Mike Volodarksy is a program manager for Microsoft IIS 7.0, leading the team that redesigned and built the core Web server engine, extensibility platform, and other features.
Olga M. Londer, MCSE and MCT, is a technology evangelist for Microsoft Corporation and has served as a technical lead on numerous projects for blue-chip clients. Before joining Microsoft, Olga was a Microsoft MVP, and she has been involved with Web development, authoring, and infrastructure since 1992. Olga is a coauthor of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit among other books, and she is a frequent speaker at conferences such as Tech-Ed, VSLive!, DevWeek, and IT Forum.
Brett Hill, Microsoft MVP, is a consultant, trainer, and author, specializing in cloud computing and online services. He was formerly a Technical Readiness Manager for Online Services at Microsoft and currently operates the popular Office365answers.com site.
Bernard Cheah, MVP for IIS, is an enterprise architect and security expert active in the IIS community.
Steve Schofield, MVP for IIS, is a senior support engineer who’s active in IIS and ASP.NET communities.
Carlos Aguilar Mares is a Microsoft senior development lead for IIS administration tools.
Kurt Meyer is a programmer and a technical editor, writer, and reviewer.
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