We were fortunate enough to be approached by not one, but two groups of authors, to write iPhone Hacks, and like peanut butter in your chocolate, they’ve teamed up to take on this fun project. And you can find them at this week’s iPhoneDevCamp. So if you’re joining the fun, be sure to say hi to our iPhone Hacks team, and if you’ve got a hack to contribute, let ‘em know!:
- whurley is a technologist and open source advocate with over 16 years of experience in developing groundbreaking technology solutions. He started his career at Apple in the peripherals support team before moving to lead Apple’s World Wide Internet Training Initiatives. Since leaving Apple in 1997, whurley has continued to deliver innovative solutions based on the Apple platform. In 2004 as CTO of Symbiot, he and his team were awarded an Apple Design Award for “Most Innovative Apple Technology Performance Demo”. whurley is one of the instigators of the upcoming iPhoneDevCamp.
- Raven Zachary is a technologist with over 25 years of experience operating, managing, and writing about Apple products. In the late 1990’s, he was a contributing editor and columnist for MacWEEK.com and the co-founder of The Communicator for Rhapsody Project, an open source project to bring the open source Netscape browser (now called Mozilla) to the Rhapsody Operating System (now called Mac OS X). More recently, Raven was a founder of iPhoneDevCamp. Raven works as an open source technology industry analyst for The 451 Group.
- Damien Stolarz is an inventor, entrepreneur and writer who has spent most of his life making electronic devices talk to each other. Damien is currently a consultant for The Walt Disney Corporation in the corporate New Technology & New Media group. He is the author of Mastering Internet Video (Addison-Wesley, 2004), Car PC Hacks (O’Reilly, 2005), and Hands-On Guide to Video Blogging and Podcasting (Focal Press, 2006). He also writes for the technology magazines Make: and is a regular columnist for Streaming Media Magazine.
- Adam Stolarz is a writer, gadget-user, and gamer, who has been using and defending Apple products since his earliest technological memories. Before graduating high school in 2007, he worked in the field of in-car computers, and contributed to books about in-car hacking and Internet video. As a tech-inclined Millennial, he has always kept a Mac laptop in his possession as the most stable, productive link in his computing chain, while keeping a PC as a lovable old crashable gaming machine. He can’t wait until his iPhone does every single thing his laptop can.