Ian F. Darwin

http://twitter.com/Ian_Darwin

Toronto, Ontario

Speaking, Training, Developing on Unix and Java.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Android apps
  • Java Enterprise Apps
  • Java other apps
  • Java testing tools
  • UNIX
  • OpenBSD
  • consulting
  • speaking
  • programming
  • training
  • writing
Ian F. Darwin has worked in the computer industry for three decades: with Unix since 1980, Java since 1995, and OpenBSD since 1998. He wrote the freeware file(1) command used on Linux and BSD and is the author of Checking C Programs with Lint, Java Cookbook, Checking Java Programs, co-author of Tomcat: The Definitive Guide and author of about a hundred articles and presentations, and several full-length courses (both university and commercial) on Java and Unix. In addition to programming and consulting, Ian teaches Java, Unix and Python for Learning Tree International, one of the world's largest technical training companies.

Ian runs BSD UNIX (OpenBSD and/or OS X) on all of his computers and *NIX (Android and QNX/BB10) on all his mobile devices; the only Windows he has are made of glass and look out over the countryside north of Toronto.

Android Cookbook Android Cookbook
by Ian F. Darwin
April 2012
Print: $54.99
Ebook: $43.99

Tomcat: The Definitive Guide Tomcat: The Definitive Guide
by Jason Brittain , Ian F. Darwin
Second Edition October 2007
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $31.99

Checking Java Programs Checking Java Programs
by Ian F. Darwin
March 2007
Ebook: $9.99

Java Cookbook Java Cookbook
by Ian F. Darwin
Second Edition June 2004
Print: $49.95
Ebook: $39.95

Tomcat: The Definitive Guide Tomcat: The Definitive Guide
by Jason Brittain , Ian F. Darwin
June 2003
Ebook: $27.99

Java Cookbook Java Cookbook
by Ian F. Darwin
June 2001
OUT OF PRINT

Checking C Programs with Lint Checking C Programs with Lint
by Ian F. Darwin
October 1988
Print: $12.95

Ian F. Darwin

"If you need to run Tomcat, then this book is a must-have. It will keep you out of trouble and have your Tomcat server running smoothly long into the future."
--T. Michael Testi, Blogcritics Magazine