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Bio: Esther Schindler has been writing for the computer press since 1992, and previously spent a decade as a computer programmer, computer consultant, corporate trainer on operating system internals, and computer store owner. Her primary journalistic focus for the last several years has been software development and open source. Her name is on about a dozen books (including one that actually paid out its advance), on hundreds of book reviews (she's a Top 100 reviewer on Amazon), and, with invisible ink, on several market research analyst reports. You can follow her on Twitter if you want to keep up with her. But really, the main thing to know is that she's a chocoholic.
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