|| Ian F.Darwin is a famous software developer, best
known as the author of the Java Cookbook, 2nd Edition. 29th
Sep.2004. The java championís community also selected Ian as a Java
Darwin used UNIX for over twenty-five years.
Before moving into
Java technology Ian did a lot of C programming. He wrote and teaches on
these technologies. In summer, 2007 O'Reilly released Ianís Checking
Java Programs with Open Source Tools which aims at focusing on PMD,
FindBugs, and Pathfinder. He wrote Checking C Programs with Lint command
used on Linux and BSD and is the author of the freeware file (1). Ian is also
a co-writer of Tomcat: The Definitive Guide, the first edition which
provides a detailed information at installing, running and managing web
sites with Tomcat.
Ian also offers UNIX, Java, Security and Web related
consultancy. Ian developing software before there was a system called
As far as the work experience of Ian is
worked over three platforms respectively Unix, Java and with OpenBSD. Ian
started with Unix in 1985 after ten years he worked with java from 1995. From
1998 Ian worked with OpenBSD technology. Apart from this Ian also teaches Unix,
C and Java programming language in a technical training company, Learning Tree
Ian wrote over seventy articles and several
courses for university and commercial on C and Unix. Ian covers a variety of new
Java 1.5 features, including J2SE 1.5 threading, the return of printf, and the
IDEs NetBeans and Eclipse.