James Threadgill has authored numerous articles on ASP and ASP.NET web development, published on such sites as the Dynamic Zones and MSDN Academic Alliance, and he coauthored the Glasshaus book Dreamweaver MX: ASP.NET Web Development. James first learned computer programming in 1995 while attending Alvin Community College. He completed a certificate of computer science program and an Associate of Arts degree at Alvin before going on to the University of Houston-Clear Lake where he was awarded a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Arts. James also completed eighteen hours of secondary graduate work at the University of Houston.
James, who publishes fiction and poetry under the name Wayne James, was born in Houston, Texas, and has lived in and about Houston his entire life, except during military service. He went to local public schools, before joining the U. S. Army in 1977.
After service, James worked for the family business for a few years. In 1993 he returned to school where he quickly developed an interest in literature and soon began writing his own poems and short stories. Ernest Hemingway, Franz Kafka, Raymond Chandler, Philip Dick, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and Robert Heinlein are among his favorite authors. His work has won awards in several genres, including crime and literary fiction as well as poetry and nonfiction.
His fiction first appeared in Raconteur in 1995 and since has been published numerous times: in Hadrosaur Tales 5 and 7, Bayousphere, and in the Write Gallery e-zine. His poetry first appeared in the small press magazine Lucidity in 1996 and has been published numerous times since.
Most recently his work appeared in Tales of the Talisman winter and fall 2010 issues.
Dreamweaver MX: ASP.NET Web DevelopmentAuthors: Costas Hadjisotiriou, Joe Marini, Kevin Marshall, Ashok Padmanabhan, James W. Threadgill
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Wrox Press; 1st edition (February 2003)
If you've ever wanted to explore the basics of the ASP.NET server-side technology, this book is the one for you. Using Dreamweaver MX as your tool, you'll discover how to create fully functional dynamic ASP.NET applications.
When Only the Moon RagesAuthor: Wayne James.
Paperback: 125 pages
Publisher: Hadrosaur Productions (June 15, 2001)
This collection of science fiction and horror short stories and poems by Wayne James. In this volume, you will find creatures of the night, people of the stars, and individuals who dare to live in those dark places that few have the audacity to tread.