Ed Tittel


Email: etittel@lanw.com
Phone: 512-452-3768
Fax: 512-452-8018

Ed Tittel is a 15 year computer industry veteran. At present, he's working full-time as a freelance writer and consultant, and as a member of the Networld + Interop Program Committee, specializing in networking and Internet industry topics, training, and issues.

Previously, Tittel worked at Novell, initially Excelan (acquired by Novell in 1989). Most recently, he was Director of Technical Marketing for Novell's Corporate Marketing group, where he oversaw technical content for corporate strategies, publications, trade shows, and BrainShare.

From 1987 to the present, Tittel has also worked as a computer industry freelance writer. He has written 20-plus books, including the best-selling HTML for Dummies (and Steven N. James, IDG Books, 1995) and NetWare for Dummies, 2nd. ed., (and Deni Connor and Earl Follis, IDG Books, 1995). Most recently, he's written Foundations of WWW Programming (and Mark Gaither, Sebastian Hassinger, and Mike Erwin, IDG Books, 1995) and The 60-Minute Guide to Java (and Mark Gaither, IDG Books 1995). He's also written titles on ISDN, network configuration, electronic mail, network design, and numerous other topics.

Ed has also written extensively for the trade press, with over 200 articles for publications that include Byte, Infoworld, LAN Magazine, LAN Times, Maximize, Iway, NetGuide, PC Magazine, and Windows NT magazine. At present, Ed is a columnist for Windows NT, where he writes a regular column for readers who are new to the NT environment, and for Webster (an online publication) on Web server management topics.

Tittel spend his first six years in the industry writing code, primarily for database related systems and applications, at companies such as Information Research Associates, Michael Leesley Consulting, Austin Schlumberger Research Center, and Hart Information Systems.

Tittel holds an undergraduate degree from Princeton and a Master's from the University of Texas, both in Anthropology, and a Bachelor's equivalency in Computer Science, also from the University of Texas.


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