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twitter | cafe au lait | cafe con leche | mokka mit schlag | the cafes | xom greetings. welcome to rusty's home page. i grew up in new orleans to which i periodically return in search of a decent bowl of gumbo. however, i currently reside in the prospect heights neighborhood of brooklyn. in what passes for real life these days, i'm a software developer, nature photographer, and writer of computer books and short fiction. i've also been known to speak at a conference or two including software development expo, summit 2000, macfair, oop, xmldevcon, javadevcon, xmlone, xmleurope, extreme markup languages, jaoo, javapolis, javazone, starwest, stpcon, eclipseworld, xml 2006, and macworld. i've also trained developers at numerous corporations including google, bank of america, verizon, columbia presbyterian hospital, and hoffman-laroche. david rogelberg, of the studio b literary agency. --> my short fiction includes: “31”, the flash fiction press, february 18, 2016 “knocked up”, hidden in crime, fiction river 16, november, 2015 “blood test”, young explorers adventure guide 2016, dreaming robot press, 2015 “pinning portugal”, caped, local heroes press, 2015 “frænir the fearless”, new realm, october 2015 “ants on a trestle”, crossed genres, september 2015 “for your safety”, sf comet, august, 2015 “to the point”, alfred hitchcock’s mystery magazine, january/february 2015 “rejection letter”, only disconnect, third flatiron, 2015 “net war i”, the time it happened, third flatiron, 2015 “the valediction”, t. gene davis's speculative blog, june 2015 “refusing the call”, abbreviated epics, third flatiron, 2014 “the right books”, master minds, third flatiron, 2014 here are some of my books: my family keeps bugging me to "write a book they can understand" so i hope one day to branch out of the computer book ghetto and write some more general non-fiction. it hasn't happened yet though. in the meantime, though, i've begun keeping a blog and online journal about whatever topics strike my eye, including fast times at ridgemont high, buffy in cyberspace, intelligence, timothy leary, the spot, fruitopia, fuzzy truth, edward abbey's the monkey wrench gang, the vagaries of book titles, cab rides in new york, and robert anton wilson's the new inquisition the quickest, most reliable means of reaching me is to send email to elharo@macfaq.com. i don't give out my phone number or street address to any and all on the net; but if for some reason you'd like to call me or send snail mail, send me email with your phone number, and i'll get back to you. (it wouldn't hurt if you told me why you wanted to call me either.) in my increasingly infrequent spare time i maintain a frequently asked questions list for comp.lang.java. i also provide cafe au lait web site that's chock full of java faq lists, software, and other goodies. recently i've become interested in xml and have devoted a web site to my work with the language at cafe con leche. since i do all this for free sometimes people get the idea that i'm their personal consultant and will provide them with individual help at no charge. wrong! while i'm quite interested in hearing from people with comments about my faq lists and web sites, i'm not very interested in solving their individual problems. of course an offer of cash often goes a long way toward getting me interested. i negotiate consulting fees on a case-by-case basis, but they tend to average about $120 an hour with a four hour minimum. if you're outside the metropolitan new york area (roughly philadelphia to new haven) the minimum is seven hours and you'll also be expected to cover airfare and expenses. quantity and prepayment discounts can be arranged. --> although cafe con leche, cafe au lait and my professional writing take up most of what little time i have these days, i have been known to do occasional consulting and training work, particularly involving xml, java, and website development. i also do a lot of work in filemaker pro, applescript, and macintosh systems management, automation, communications, and data conversion. i'm a member of several professional organizations including the national writers' union, the electronic frontier foundation, the world wide web artists consortium, and of course the dnrc, dogbert's new ruling class. --> as well as my popular books and writings on the web, i've written and cowritten a number of technical papers on topics ranging from solar physics to railguns to baseball. most recently: harold, e., "obscuring xml", extreme markup languages 2005 harold, e., "xom design principles", extreme markup languages 2004 harold, e., "sax conformance testing," xml europe 2004 bukiet, b., harold, e., and palacios, j., "a markov chain approach to baseball," operations research, volume 45, number 1, january-february 1997, pp. 14-23 t.r. rimmele, p.r. goode, e. harold, r.t. stebbins, "dark lanes in granulation and the excitation of solar oscillations," astrophysical journal, 444, l119-l122 (1995). harold, e., bukiet, b., and peter, w., "maximum projectile velocity in an augmented railgun,"; ieee transaction on magnetics, volume 30, number 4, july 1994, pp. 1433-1436 i've also been known to cross over to the other side of the fence and do some editing on occasion. i've been technical editor for teach yourself perl 5 in 21 days by david till, the developer's guide to the java web server by dan woods, larne pewkowsky, and tom snee, and for the java chapter of andrew tanenbaum's computer networks, 3rd edition, and the xml chapter of cay horstmann's big java, 2nd edition. over the years, i've written a number of shorter form articles: java at 20: how it changed programming forever the open road: building the jdk java 2007: the year in preview introducing subversion new elements in html 5 ten predictions for xml in 2007 testing legacy code managing xml data: identify xml documents xml 2007 simple xalan extension functions tip: debug stylesheets with xsl:message managing xml data: exist -- an open source native xml database pull parsing xml in php tip: combine and alternate xml-stylesheet processing instructions encode your xml documents in utf-8 managing the java classpath (unix and mac os x) javaone 2007: prodigal sun returns to the client managing the java classpath (windows) managing xml data: native xml databases why xforms? xforms extensions to xpath the java xpath api tip: configure sax parsers for secure processing the java xml validation api measure test coverage with cobertura simplexml processing with php fuzz testing relax ng with custom datatype libraries testing object serialization tip: configure apache to send the right mime type for xhtml managing xml data: xml catalogs xml in 2006 tip: loop with recursion in xslt an early look at junit 4 testing legacy code zap bugs with pmd measure test coverage with cobertura managing xml data: a look ahead managing xml data: identify xml documents managing xml data: xml catalogs native xml databases: theory and reality test your tests with jester an early look at sxbl relax ng with custom datatype libraries 10 reasons we need java 3.0 rddl me this: what does a namespace url locate? the xmlpull api an introduction to stax using xinclude who trusts the trustees? trusted security providers in the java cryptography extension 1.2.1 the java gated community process i've also been interviewed here and there: onjava.com: a distributed discussion with elliotte rusty harold o'reilly: an interview with elliotte rusty harold artima: what's wrong with xml apis technetcast play: interview with elliotte rusty harold (video) copyright 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2015 elliotte rusty harold elharo@macfaq.com last modified november 9, 2015


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