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CONTRIBUTORSAbout the Authors Kathy Sierra was a lead developer for the SCJP exam for Java 5 and Java 6. Sierra worked as a Sun "master trainer," and in 1997, founded JavaRanch.com, the worlds largest Java community website. Her bestselling Java books have won multiple Software Development Magazine awards, and she is a founding member of Suns Java Champions program. Bert Bates was a lead developer for many of Suns Java certification exams including the SCJP for Java 5 and Java 6. He is also a forum moderator on JavaRanch.com, and has been developing software for more than 20 years. Bert is the co-author of several bestselling Java books, and hes a founding member of Suns Java Champions program.About the Technical Review Team Johannes de Jong has been the leader of our technical review teams for ever and ever. (He has more patience than any three people we know.) For this book, he led our biggest team ever. Our sincere thanks go out to the following volunteers who were knowledgeable, diligent, patient, and picky, picky, picky! Rob Ross, Nicholas Cheung, Jane Griscti, Ilja Preuss, Vincent Brabant, Kudret Serin, Bill Seipel, Jing Yi, Ginu Jacob George, Radiya, LuAnn Mazza, Anshu Mishra, Anandhi Navaneethakrish