Celebrating .NET Microsoft MVPs

At NCover, we celebrate the contributions of team players. Whether it’s our own team working hard to help keep your .NET code covered, our client teams who deliver some of the world’s most amazing solutions or members of the larger Microsoft MVP team who make the entire .NET community a better place to code, we appreciate all you do. Here are four folks we would like to recognize for all they do for .NET.

ncover_mvp_alvin_aschraft_twitterAlvin Ashcraft

With over 19 years of experience, Alvin continues to look for best practices in advancing the development of .net. He maintains a helpful list of resources over at his blog, Morning Dew. We recommend you check it out at http://www.alvinashcraft.com. It’s a great way to start your day and a great to stay on top of everything that is going on with Microsoft and .NET.

Alexandre Brisebois

MVP Alexandre is also a member of the Azure Community of Experts. When not on the road speaking, he works with others to make the most well informed decisions. He keeps up a list of code and samples to help others when they need it with a passion for technical and architectural aspects of Microsoft Azure solutions. Check out his list of resources at http://alexandrebrisebois.wordpress.com/code-samples/.

ncover_mvp_tim_rayburn_twitterTim Rayburn

Since 2007, Tim has been annually awarded the Microsoft MVP for Connected Systems Development in recognition of his expertise and community leadership. He is the organizer of Dallas TechFest, where through the work of an amazing staff they bring an incredible multi-technology conference to life every year in Dallas. He also knows what it takes to solve problems as a team. Learn more about his Hierarchy of Pain at http://timrayburn.net/blog/the-hierarchy-of-pain/.

ncover_mvp_andrew_westgarth_twitterAndrew Westgarth

Andrew is a co-founder of North East Bytes, a Microsoft Developer and IT Pro User group specifically covering the North East of England, organizing Developer and IT Pro support meetings, providing guidance, organizing conferences and representing NEBytes members and the UK Community in relations with Microsoft. He also has a site filled with useful tips that we check out frequently. Be sure to add http://www.andrewwestgarth.co.uk/blog/page/Slides-and-Resources.aspx to your list of resources.

Thanks again Alvin, Alexandre, Tim and Andrew. We appreciate all you do for .NET as outstanding members of the Microsoft MVP community. Keep up the great work!


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