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Our Expert Software Architect’s Bio
MILE HIGH VIEW
.NET Architect / Developer / Speaker / Trainer
⇒ Long-time, hands-on architect in the Microsoft development space
⇒ Speaker used by Microsoft to engage architects for the adoption of .NET and TFS (Now Azure DevOps)
⇒ Courseware author for architecture training used privately at large organizations including Intel Corporation
⇒ Hired as a consultant to evaluate software teams and processes
⇒ Performs as a trainer to educate recruiting staffs in software trends & candidate engagement
Software architect with over 25 years of hands-on experience in architecture, design and development. Expertise spans both object-oriented and functional paradigms and includes work in event processing, machine learning, time-series analysis, agent-based architectures and advanced data visualizations.
Back in the early days of .NET, Microsoft selected this software veteran as the Chairman of the Microsoft Architect Council for the MidAmerica district to facilitate the selection, adoption and transition to .NET. Since then, he has continued to provide strategy, training and transition services for corporations – from small manufacturing companies to Fortune 50 Corporations including Microsoft, Anheuser-Busch and Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Skills include a unique ability to communicate technology to a broad range of audiences from down-to-the-metal technicians to business development professionals to executives. He is a frequent speaker and has authored courses on enterprise architecture patterns that have been taught publicly as well as privately for companies including Intel Corporation.