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More authors will be added on a regular basis. Biographical sketches are
readily accepted-please email them to me. The Computer Chess Reports was 
source of much of the information below.

David Kittinger: Author of WChess. Primary programmer of Novag for more
than 10 years. His programs on the 6502 chip include The Novag
Superconstellation which became the first certified Expert level program
by the C.R.A. He then programmed on the 68000 chip, designing the 
for the Diablo and Scorpio.  He also wrote the software for the
Diamond/Sapphire series. PC experience before WChess included Chessmaster
2000. Dave lives in Mobile, Alabama. He also enjoys coaching youth soccer
and baseball.

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