I’m Running for the Board of the DotNet Foundation

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About Me

I am a Microsoft Developer Service MVP. I have been an MVP since 2008. I have spoken at multiple conferences throughout the last ten years.

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Why I’m Running

For 20 years or so I have been in Software Development. During that time I have used many tools, languages, and technologies. I started out programming with a small book on QuickBASIC. I later moved on to Visual Basic for DOS. Windows then came along and I starting using Visual Basic for Windows, I then migrated to Visual Basic .NET and eventually ended up using Visual C#. I work as an Engineering Director at Quicken Loans, based in Detroit, MI. I am a public speaker and present internationally on a lot of different technology topics.

One of my primary goals in life is to leave this live (planet) better than it was when I joined it. I do that in many ways. My favorite way is to grow people and help make them better. I do this through education. Presenting/Public Speaking. I also do this by helping others find ways to help themselves grow. I believe that being on the board of the .NET Foundation, I can help the vision of .NET and make it easier for others to adopt and grow themselves. In the past, I have worked with many other talented professionals while serving on the Board of Directors for INETA to help spread the education and adoption of .NET.

I feel I am very well suited for the position.

My Community Contributions

.NET Contributions

INETA Experience

INETA was the International .NET Association. I served on the board for eight years. Two as Director of Marketing, four as President, and two as Vice President.

Community Contributions

Open Source Projects

Others

  • Public Speaker
  • Organized Events at the Microsoft MVP Summit
  • Book Reviewer

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