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Andy Bailey is a middle-aged Java enthusiast. He has been involved in Java development since the humble beginnings of Java 1.0.1 in 1995. He thoroughly enjoys challenges even more so now than ever.
He has had a varied career, including extended employment with the UK Ministry of Defence, youth outreach programs as a volunteer, and a volunteer paramedic.
After gaining a degree in computer science with artificial intelligence from the University of Sussex, he immigrated to Germany in 1996. He learned how to speak and write in German while being involved in projects as diverse as 24/7 multimedia live streaming and buffering free multimedia playback to design, develop, and build systems to control, monitor, and analyze data collected from gaming machines in a widely distributed environment.
This is his first publication. However, he has helped review other publications, including PrimeFaces Cookbook. Sudheer Jonna was born in Andhra Pradesh, India, in 1987. Currently, he works as a senior software engineer in Chennai, India. He completed his master's degree in computer applications from JNTU. In the past 4-5 years, he worked on providing architectural designs and building various web applications based on JSF, Struts, Spring, jQuery, JPA, EJB, and various Java EE and frontend technologies.
He is a JSF and PrimeFaces expert. He has been working with the PrimeFaces component library since 2011. He worked as a committer and project member of PrimeFaces and PrimeFaces Extensions open source projects. He has been a well-known, recognized member of the PrimeFaces community for the past few years. He is also the author of Learning PrimeFaces Extensions Development and PrimeFaces BluePrints books, Packt Publishing. He worked as reviewer for PrimeFaces Beginner's Guide and community reviewer for many other books.
Besides working with the aforementioned technologies, he also writes technical articles, provides online training, designs and develops web application architecture, writes books and reviews, and provides suggestions through online forums and blogs. He is interested in the research and development of various popular Java EE frameworks and many other latest technologies.
He shares his knowledge through GitHub (https://github.com/sudheerj). He recently started blogging (http://sudheerjonna.blogspot.in/). You can follow him on Twitter (@SudheerJonna) or contact him on Gmail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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