.NET Developers Making Great Products

It is the beginning of 2015 and we are all busy making resolutions on how to improve into the new year. We thought it was a great time to look at two .NET developers who are continually resolving to make better products.

Jorge Serrano

ncover_mvp_jorge_serrano_twitterCurrently, Jorge Serrano is a MVP Visual Basic Developer. He has a computer engineering academic background, with very strong experience in telecommunications working in different departments as carrier business, network department, interconnection, software development, etc.

Jorge also has worked across all areas of a project (requirements, design, architecture, testing, deploy) and has worked  in different roles (programmer, analyst, designer, tester, project management, etc). Throughout his career, he has written numerous technical and opinion articles in digital and print, digital books, and participated in various conferences and talks about Microsoft products and technologies.

Not content with just bits and bytes, some of his hobbies outside of computers and technology are nature, philosophy, astronomy, mathematics, history, archeology, paleontology, painting, music, sports and science in general. You can keep up with him on his blog or on twitter @J0rgeSerran0.

Eduard Tomás i Avellana

ncover_mvp_eduard_tomas_twitterEduard Tomás i Avellana also has more than 10 years working in the IT industry as a teacher, developer, and architect. He has worked primarily with Microsoft technologies and also with Java environments. He has been a Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET/IIS since 2012. You can often find him speaking about .NET on webinars, at user groups and conferences.

He has worked with C++, .NET (C#, ASP.NET MVC, winforms, wpf, silverlight, surface) and java/j2ee technologies, with databases SQL Server and Oracle. He specializes in software architecture, analysis, design, and development primarily with .NET for Windows Operating Systems.

What he loves most out of his job is that everyday he can learn new things. Keep up with him and what he is learning on his blog or follow him on twitter @eiximenis


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