Dan Bursteinis an award-winning journalist, author, and venture capitalist. His most recent book,Secrets of the Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Mysteries Behind The Da Vinci Code, was aNew York Timesbestselling blockbuster in 2004 and currently appears in nineteen international editions. The author of six prior books, Burstein is the founder of Millennium Technology Ventures, a New York-based venture capital firm.Arne de Keijzer's writings have ranged from a newsletter about boats to books on China. Most recently, he contributed to books about the impact of internet technologies and helped launch the Secrets Series, for which he is co editor with Dan Burstein. Titles include the world bestsellingSecrets of the Codeas well asSecrets of Mary Magdalene,Secrets of Angels and Demons, andSecrets of 24. He is also a founder of Squibnockets Partners LLC, a creative content development company.www.secretsofangelsanddemons.comWally Jay holds a 10th dan in jujitsu and a sixth dan in judo. Jay was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1969 and 1990 for his contributions to jujitsu and the martial arts.
Mike Lee, founder and CEO of United Lemur, has played a role in creating many of the world's most popular iPhone applications, including Obama '08, Tap Tap Revenge, Twinkle, and Jott. Prior to iPhone, he cut his teeth - and won an Apple Design Award - at Seattle-based Delicious Monster Software. Kevin Avila has spent eight years focused on audio at Apple, and may understand Core Audio better than anyone else on Earth. Nearly every iPhone application uses Avila's audio code - either from his years at Apple's Developer Technical Support, or via Apple's sample code, which he wrote.