.NET Developers Who Keep Learning

We sometimes forget that IT as we know it changes dramatically every few months. We wanted to pause and give a special shout-out to these two .NET veterans who have been in the field with a combined 50 years of experience. They have been keeping up and changing and leading worldwide companies on their .NET efforts. Keep learning and coding!

ncover_mvp_tom_cabanski_twitter Tom Cabanksi

Tom is a software developer and entrepreneur with a passion for building quality software. How can you go wrong with that as a description? He is a professional agile developer, leader and entrepreneur with a successful 30 year track record of using technology to enhance business success. Tom has worked across a variety of industries including telecommunications, oil and gas, finance, aerospace, heavy manufacturing, commercial printing, distribution, e-commerce, mortgage and retail in technology development, consulting and IT management roles. Whew! Over the last ten years he has been a hands-on leader in software product and solution development of hosted web applications on the .NET platform using agile methods including Scrum and XP. Keep up with what he is up to through his blog http://tom.cabanski.com/ or on twitter @tcabanski.


ncover_mvp_andre_kramer_twitterAndré Kraemer

André is a self-employed software developer, instructor and consultant. He’s been in the IT business since 1997 and spent most of those years working with Microsoft technologies. He started with a focus on commercial client / server applications for well-known companies and collaboration solutions based on Microsoft Outlook and Exchange. He then took an interest in software solutions for productivity management in global operating software companies. There he worked as a software developer, and later as Chief Software Architect and Developer. His current main interests are Windows Store Apps, ASP.NET MVC, JavaScript and SharePoint. Stay tuned with his current discoveries on twitter @codemurai or check out his blog.


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