.NET User Group Leaders

We talk about our .NET community all the time over here at NCover. Part of what makes our network so great are all the excellent .NET user groups out there that continue to push us and teach us all that the language can do. We wanted to take a moment to celebrate two .NET user group leaders.

Miguel Muñoz Serafín

ncover_mvp_miquel_munoz_serafin_twitterMiguel’s experience as developer began at the end of the 1980s with programming languages such as assembler, C, Pascal, Dbase, Clipper, and Informix on the Unix platform. Having developed with Visual Basic since version 3.0, he currently works with Visual Basic.NET. Miguel was awarded his first MCP certification in 1995, followed by MCT, MCSE, MCDBA, MCSD and MCTS-Web. He has been recognized as an MVP consecutively for the last 10 years.

In addition to developing, he teaches Microsoft certification course as a Microsoft Certified Instructor. When he’s not programming or teaching, Miguel enjoys collaborating with user communities, giving conferences and workshops, and serving as the director of the Puebla.NET  developer community. Read his latest musings on his blog and on Twitter @msmdotnet.

Adam Barney

ncover_mvp_adam_barney_twitterAdam Barney is a Microsoft C# MVP and co-leader of the Lincoln .NET Users Group and Nebraska Code Camp. He has a deep passion for solving problems – and has turned to writing code as result. Starting in the 4th grade on a Commodore64, Adam has continually pushed himself to learn more about the construction of software – and he loves sharing that knowledge and passion with others. It’s a fantastic time to be a developer – and Adam is loving every minute of it.

When not speaking at conferences, or hanging out with his wife and 2 kids, Adam runs his own independent consulting company – Barney Consulting – out of his basement. See what Adam is working on currently: check out his blog and follow him on Twitter @cabarney.