.NET Community Salute

We know that the coding community is a pretty great one and we are privileged to get to work with .NET developers each and every day to make better applications through coverage. We wanted to take a moment to salute two great members of our community. Take a moment to see what makes them great.

David Sanchez Aguilar

ncover_mvp_david_sanchez_aquilarDavid Sánchez Aguilar is a Microsoft technology consultant. He is certified as MCP, MCT, MCSD, MCITP, MCTS and Microsoft Specialist. He is a Computer Systems Engineer with more than seven years of experience working with collaboration platform technologies. David has been involved in many projects for Latin America and North America with technologies like SharePoint, Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Team Foundation, SQL Server, System Center and also development solutions based on .NET Framework and HTML5. In addition, he is a Microsoft Certified Trainer.

David started participating in communities by creating a technical blog, and then had the opportunity to be a member of the SharePoint Costa Rica Community as a speaker and coordinator for on-site and virtual events. He founded the Costa Rica Developers .NET community with the idea of sharing knowledge and technical solutions of high value to members of the communities.

David’s latest musings can be found on his blog and on Twitter @davidsancheza.

Dan Ciprian Ardelean

ncover_mvp_dan_ciprian_ardeleanClient Development MVP Dan Ardelean was born in Romania. His first contact with the world of personal computers was in 1992 when his father was able to bring him one from the United States: a 386-DX2, a rare item in the post-communism period.  Today, he’s a full-time C# developer and has been since moving to Italy in 2003.

In 2013, Dan started his own company — XpressCode which focuses on consulting and mobile cross-platform development using C# (Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Android, iOS using Xamarin tools). He loves staying involved in .NET communities and enjoys meeting people who share the same passion, their knowledge and their experiences – it is a family where everyone helps each other.

Collaborate with Dan on his blog and on Twitter @danardelean.