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The Author of the Apache httpd and Tomcat Course

Behind Deploying Apache and Tomcat: the author

Graham Ellis has a vast background in the computer industry. After receiving his degree in Computer Science in1976 from City University, London, he hasn't looked back.

Graham spent seven years leading a team developing cross-platform products (running on both PCs and Unix systems), from which he brings an appreciation of product specification, portability, standards and security.

Many highly technical staff prefer to remain "back room boys", but Graham has always enjoyed writing and presenting training courses. Since the first course he wrote and presented (on the Fortran programming language) in the late '70s, training has gradually accounted for more and more of his working time. He does, though, take care to leave time aside for outside interests, family, and for time to undertake "real work" in the subject areas in which he teaches. Graham believes in practising what he preaches!

Graham was a user of the Internet before it ever hit big, and, with his training and support roles, was ideally placed both to make practical use of the technology and to help others do the same.

Well House Consultants, Ltd

In 1995, Graham founded Well House Consultants Ltd to present training courses for others under contract and to develop his own training material. Well House Consultants specialises in "niche" courses, the sort of topics that other training organisations can't provide economically themselves.

Well House Consultants is a partnership between Graham and his wife Lisa, whom he first noticed on the Internet. Lisa comes from a graphic arts background and looks after much of the web site maintenance work, as well as the production of sales material and manuals, such as this one, and sales enquiries and bookings. Lisa can be reached by email at lisa@wellho.net, via our main phone number 01225 708 225, or by fax on 01225 707 126.

In spite of being busy, Graham aims to remain approachable. If you have any questions on this material that you can't resolve through normal channels, please feel free to post to his forum (http://www.opentalk.org.uk) where he aims to reply within a day, or send him an email (graham@wellho.net) and you should hear back within two days.

If you're interested in booking places on courses, or seeing if we can help with onsite requirements, please email enquiries@wellho.net (that will get you a quicker response if Graham's out training), or visit our web site at http://www.wellho.net.

Thank you for attending this course!

See also Graham Ellis, Tutor, Well House Consultants

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