That’s the title of the latest Fedora title from Apress. It’s what kept me busy these past several months. To browse through the TOC of my book, visit the book’s page on Apress.com. You will find exciting deals on the book on Amazon.
It’s time now to thank the people who’ve contributed towards making this book possible.
Jason Gilmore, the editor of the book. His insightful comments resulted in some interesting changes in the chapters.
Paul W. Frields, the technical reviewer. It was a pleasure incorporating his suggestions into the chapters. His insights into Fedora, certainly make this book interesting.
Tracy Brown Collins, the project manager. She’s one of the nicest people I’ve ever exchanged emails with. We had some excellent discussion regarding the book, Star Trek, Rocky series, etc. Thank you Tracy, for everything.
Damon Larson, the copy editor. His suggestions and requests for “changing the text for clarity” make the book an enjoyable read.
Katie Stence, production manager. She too is on the list of the nicest people I’ve exchanged emails with I bothered her plenty with untimely requests to update the chapters after they were well into the production stage, and all I got in return was “it’ll be done”. Thanks Katie.
Tom Debolski, manufacturing director. We once had a terrible scare when the Fedora 7 DVD I shipped to him was rejected since it had some bad sectors. It was all sorted out later, but I must thank him for speeding up the manufacturing process, so that the book didn’t get delayed.
Keir Thomas, my co-author. He’s the author of Beginning Ubuntu, the book that won the coveted Linux Journal award. It was an absolute pleasure working with Keir. He’s the one who offered the book to me. Thanks Keir!
These are the people I interacted with directly, but there’s also Lori Bring, the proofreader who took over Katie Stence when she was out-of-office. There are still several others who worked behind the scenes so a big Thank You to all of them.
Head on over to the Apress.com to look over the TOC and a sample chapter from the book. I’ve also compiled a brief video that discusses the book’s composition, which I’m sure prospective readers would find informative. A big thanks to my big bro for the excellent camera work and for uploading the video to YouTube.