.NET MVPs Doing Great Work Worldwide

Today, there are more than 4,000 MVPs worldwide. They represent more than 90 countries, speak over 40 languages, answer more than 10 million questions a year, and are awarded in almost 90 Microsoft technologies—reflecting the breadth of Microsoft’s products and global communities.

Last week we shared four .NET MVPs that we admire and think are doing great work in our field. This week we continue with four more we would like you to know about.

ncover_mvp_jim_holmes_twitterJim Holmes

Jim is the Vice President for ALM and Testing at Falafel Software. He has 25-ish years experience in the IT domain scattered across a wide range of disciplines including telephone hotline support, network management, systems analysis, and software development. He’s the President of the Board of Directors of the highly successful CodeMash conference, founder of the Dayton .NET Developers Group, and has written extensively for VisualStudioHacks.com. He’s also the co-author of “Windows Developer Power Tools” from O’Reilly publications. He blogs about all kinds of topics over at http://frazzleddad.blogspot.com.

ncover_mvp_magnus_martennson_twitterMagnus Mårtensson

Magnus is a Development and Architecture Consultant and focuses on BIG server solutions and server side architecture. In his work as a consultant, he aids ISVs and other customers to take off and be successful in the Cloud as well as assists with project effectiveness and development process streamlining. With code coverage you can only achieve 100%, but with Magnus he is perpetually at 150%. Keep up with him @noopman.

ncover_mvp_dhananjay_kumar_twitterDhananjay Kumar

Dhananjay is a developer from India . He blogs at http://debugmode.net. He writes and teach various technologies like Cloud Computing, JavaScript, Apps Development, Web Architecture among many others. He is an active speaker in India and helps developers in his spare time learn new development technologies. If you are around the Delhi/NCR region, you can check out his speaking engagement on his blog.

ncover_mvp_sara_silva_twitterSara Silva

Sara is a Windows 8 Store App and Windows Phone Developer in Portugal, with experience in the development of projects within the operational planning of public transport, payments and multimedia. Her blog is filled with all kinds of great tips to make programming cleaner and easier.  You can find Sara online at http://www.saramgsilva.com/.


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