Microsoft MVPs in the .NET Know

We love our Microsoft MVPs. They are a great resource for our .NET community. Did you know that we also offer free NFR licenses to you if you are one? Before you go, check out these two Microsoft MVPs helping make our community better one line of code at a time.

Lorenzo Maiorfi

ncover_mvp_lorenzo_maiorfi_twitterLorenzo has been a developer since first personal computers made an appearance in the 80s. He wrote his first programs on Sinclair Spectrum, TI-64, Commodore 64 and MSX. Later on as time progressed (as did the tech, he naturally became fond of C/C++ development targeted to Commodore Amiga and first x86 PCs running Windows 3.1

This Microsoft MVP now spends his time as a developer for Innovactive Engineering s.r.l., a Microsoft Partner company based in Perugia, Italy, that he co-founded in 1999. He also is one of the co-founders of the Italian community about .NET Micro Framework and embedded development in general:

At this time, he spends a considerable part of his free-time doing “lab” on PIC, AVR, ARM, PLC, XMOS, Cypress PSoC, FPGA/CPLD, MSP430, Propeller, etc. Check him out on his blog and follow him on twitter at@maiorfi.

Gordon Beeming

ncover_mvp_gordon_beeming_twitterGordon is a Software Developer at Derivco in the sunny city of Durban, South Africa. He is also a Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio ALM and a Visual Studio ALM Ranger.

He spends most his time hacking away at the keyboard in Visual Studio or with his family relaxing. He is a push it to the limits kind of guy when it comes to work and play (and sometimes those overlap).

He is an excellent resource to keep up on new ways to use your favorite tools. His blog is and you can follow him on Twitter at @gordonbeeming.


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