I'm the author. I swear I'm the author. I take full responsibility for writing this book and for being the person I say I am. Really, there's only a handful of other Craig Maloneys out there and I think I'm the only one that has written a book about programming. The other ones are either busy being mayor, busy being a famous X-factor star, or busy being a civil engineer. Not to mention the one that's incarcerated. When it comes to being the author of this book I'm your Craig.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org, but you can also use email@example.com to get a hold of me.
I don't have an agent. The book was self-published.
The site the book was published on is http://themediocreprogrammer.com. I haven't listed it on Amazon.com or Smashwords or anywhere else yet because, well, frankly, because it's a little intimidating. Fortunately folks seem to find it all the same. If you'd like to read my announcement of the book you'll find that here: http://decafbad.net/2020/05/23/the-mediocre-programmer/
My social media is on Mastodon. I'm not on Facebook or Twitter. Frankly you might find it more enjoyable than Facebook or Twitter. https://octodon.social/@craigmaloney is where I toot. Yes, they're called toots.
This is the toot where I asked folks to change the author over from David Revoy (the exceptionally talented cover artist and author of Pepper&Carrot)
(His comic is at https://peppercarrot.com and I highly recommend you check it out).
Again, this is me. I made mention of The Mediocre Programmer on my About page (http://decafbad.net/about/) and have done several presentations about it (http://decafbad.net/projects/). I'm not sure how much more "me" I can make this.
There's even a section in the back of the book that has a short biography of my programming work. Trust me, not too many folks would claim such a career, let alone live it.
Hoping that you'll agree that I'm the Craig that wrote this book. Thank you.