Continuously Improving .NET Developers

.NET code is ever changing, along with all the powerful things we can do with it. Because of this we must always be looking for the key ways to improve ourselves. These two .NET developers are continuously finding was to improve themselves and our community. Check them out and be inspired to improve yourself.

Punit Ganshani

ncover_mvps_punit_ganshaniPunit’s passion for Microsoft technologies began with MS DOS 3 at the ripe age of 5. From there it only was natural for his continued pursuit in tech. By day, Punit serves as VP for a global investment bank working with trade confirmation platforms. He is a .NET MVP and holds special interests in Windows consumer apps, Visual Studio ALM, and Microsoft Azure.

Over the course of his career, Punit has authored 18 whitepapers, contributed to research journals and college textbooks. He is an expert at Application Design & Development, Performance Optimization and defining Architecture for hybrid systems involving Microsoft, Open-Source and Messaging Platforms.

When he’s not coding, you can find Punit reading technical and business articles, writing blogs, and traveling the world. Keep up with his exploits on his blog or on twitter @ganshani.

David Rodriguez

ncover_mvps_david_rodriguezDavid Rodriguez currently works in Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) where he was born. He has the opportunity to work with cutting edge technologies at DNN as the Lead Engineer on the Cloud Team. He has more than 15 years development background, mostly based on Microsoft technologies, designing and architecting highly scalable systems like reservation systems for airlines companies.

He has been working with Windows Azure since it was on CTP, migrating on-premise systems to the cloud, co-founding the .NET User Group TenerifeDev as well as the CSV company Intelequia Software Solutions. He is also the author of the DNN Azure Accelerator, an open source project available on CodePlex to deploy DNN on Azure as a cloud service.

Find out what David is doing next on his blog or on twitter @davidjrh.