Six Questions for Ivan Čukić, author of Functional Programming in C++
Ivan Čukić has been coding since 1998, and is now a core developer in C++ at KDE. He teaches modern C++ and functional programming at the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Belgrade.
By Frances Lefkowitz
Six Questions for Kesha Williams of AWS Machine Learning in Motion
Kesha Williams is a full-stack web developer specializing in Java and AWS. She has won numerous awards for her innovative development, as well as her work as a college professor, speaker, tech blogger, and mentor. The founder of Colors of STEM, which cultivates role models to inspire girls of all races to enter the science and tech fields.
Six Questions for Yan Cui, instructor of Production-Ready Serverless
Bio: Yan Cui has worked with AWS for almost a decade, and has contributed his knowledge of production AWS Lamda to the Well-Architected whitepaper published by AWS. Based in London, he travels all over the world giving talks and workshops on serverless. This year he has presented in Copenhagen, Milan, Las Vegas, Portland, Tel Aviv, Krakow, and many more. His blog on The Burning Monk covers his favorite topics, including AWS, serverless, functional programming and chaos engineering.
Six questions for Dustin Coates, author of Voice Applications for Alexa and Google Assistant
Dustin A. Coates is a web developer who has been programming for and writing about voice-first devices since the Alexa Skills Kit was first released. He shares his knowledge online at talkingtocomputers.com. He’s a Google Developers Expert for Assistant, and is Voice Search Go-To-Market Lead at Algolia.
Six Questions for Eric Windmill, author of Flutter in Action
Eric Windmill is a Dart developer at AppTree, a PaaS company in Portland, Oregon. He writes frequently about his favorite programming technologies, including Flutter, an SDK from Google for building cross-platform mobile apps with Dart. You can find his articles at Flutter By Example, CSS Tricks, and EricWindmill.com. He also has his Sommelier certification and has worked in bourbon distilleries in his home state of Kentucky.
Six Questions for Craig Walls, author of Spring in Action, 5th Edition
The author of Spring in Action and Spring Boot in Action, Craig Walls is a principal engineer with Pivotal and a zealous promoter of the Spring Framework. In addition to writing books and articles about Spring, he gives presentations about it at local user groups and larger conferences. When he’s not slinging code, Craig is planning his next trip to Disney World or Disneyland and spending as much time as he can with his wife, two daughters, two birds and three dogs.