.NET Developers and Teachers

We celebrate the members of our .NET community that find time to work with, help organize and educate the greater community at large. We wanted to shine a light on two special MVPs that we often find at the head of the class. Thanks for all that you do as .NET developers and teachers.

Don Burnett

ncover_mvp_don_burnett_twitterDon has over 20 years experience in the industry as a developer. His focus has primarily been on user-centered design for interactive applications. He has a solid understanding of the benefits and limitations of Internet technologies – from Silverlight, Flash, XAML, CSS, XHTML, and HTML 5. We love him for his experience leading creative teams, managing resources, mentoring designers and developers – giving back to our .NET community in spades.

When he is not mastering C++ and .NET applications, he works as a teacher and developer with VNext Ann Arbor, a designer and developer group for web and mobile app technologies across platforms. Keep up with him there or on twitter @DonnyEMU.

Jeff Bramwell

ncover_mvp_jeff_bramwell_twitterJeff  has over 20 years of software development experience and is currently employed as Director of Enterprise Architecture by Farm Credit Services of America. He has been working with .NET technologies since the early pre-release days (mid 2000) and taught C# at a local university for several years.

Having focused on Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server for the past few years, Jeff leads the Omaha ALM User Group and has presented on Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server at the Omaha .NET User Group, the Heartland Developers Conference, Tulsa TechFest, VSLive!, and others. Keep up with him on his blog or on twitter @jbramwell.


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