Jack Herrington

Jack Herrington is an engineer, author and presenter who lives and works in the Bay Area. His mission is to expose his fellow engineers to new technologies. That covers a broad spectrum, from demonstrating programs that write other programs in the book Code Generation in Action. Providing techniques for building customer centered web sites in PHP Hacks. All the way writing a how-to on audio blogging called Podcasting Hacks. All of which make great holiday gifts and are available online here, and at your local bookstore. Jack also writes articles for O’Reilly, DevX and IBM Developerworks.

Jack lives with his wife, daughter and two adopted dogs. When he is not writing software, books or articles you can find him on his bike, running or in the pool training for triathlons. You can keep up with Jack's work and his writing at Jack Herrington.

Getting Started with Flex 3 Getting Started with Flex 3
by Jack Herrington , Emily Kim
June 2008
Print: $19.99
Ebook: $13.99

PHP Hacks PHP Hacks
by Jack Herrington
December 2005
Print: $29.95
Ebook: $23.99

Podcasting Pocket Guide Podcasting Pocket Guide
by Kirk McElhearn , Richard Giles , Jack Herrington
October 2005
Print: $9.95
Ebook: $7.99

Podcasting Hacks Podcasting Hacks
by Jack Herrington
August 2005
Print: $24.95

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Podcast Pioneer Podcasters Share Insider Tips, Part 4: Top-of-the-Line Gear and How to Avoid and Fix Errors
Publish Date: Feb. 9, 2006

Listen in as Jack Herrington, the author of Podcasting Hacks, chats with pioneer podcasters Doug Kaye and James Polanco. Doug is the founder of IT Conversations, the influential site that features podcasts covering important events, programs, and interviews with industry luminaries. James is the founder of "Fake Science," the popular podcast radio show covering all things digital music--news, reviews, and profiles of digital artists.

Podcast Pioneer Podcasters Share Insider Tips, Part 3: Tips and Tricks for Editing Your Podcast
Publish Date: Jan. 25, 2006

Listen in as Jack Herrington, the author of Podcasting Hacks, chats with pioneer podcasters Doug Kaye and James Polanco. Doug is the founder of IT Conversations, the influential site that features podcasts covering important events, programs, and interviews with industry luminaries. James is the founder of "Fake Science," the popular podcast radio show covering all things digital music--news, reviews, and profiles of digital artists.

Podcast Pioneer Podcasters Share Insider Tips, Part 2: Tips for Recording Your Own Show
Publish Date: Jan. 16, 2006

Listen in as Jack Herrington, the author of Podcasting Hacks, chats with pioneer podcasters Doug Kaye and James Polanco. Doug is the founder of IT Conversations, the influential site that features podcasts covering important events, programs, and interviews with industry luminaries. James is the founder of "Fake Science," the popular podcast radio show covering all things digital music--news, reviews, and profiles of digital artists.

Podcast Jack Herrington Interviews Founder of Fake Science
Publish Date: Jan. 9, 2006

James Polanco, founder of Fake Science, chats with Jack about his popular radio show and how he started podcasting to cover digital music news, reviews, and to showcase favorite artists. James reveals his gear setup for recording and editing the show.

Podcast Pioneer Podcasters Share Insider Tips: Techniques & Equipment
Publish Date: Jan. 9, 2006

Listen in as Jack Herrington, the author of Podcasting Hacks, chats with pioneer podcasters Doug Kaye and James Polanco. Doug is the founder of IT Conversations, the influential site that features podcasts covering important events, programs, and interviews with industry luminaries. James is the founder of "Fake Science," the popular podcast radio show covering all things digital music--news, reviews and profiles of digital artists.

Jack Herrington

"...The authors do an excellent job demonstrating what can be done with the technology. The examples are simple but well thought out and well written...If you are new to Flex this is an excellent book to start with, it's both informative and a quick read. "
--Tim Hibner, Amazon.com