Over the last 12 years I have worked as a Software Developer and have been using .NET since the early days (circa. 2002) of v1.0. My language of preference is C# although I don’t mind VB.

I used to think I was quite good at programming until I was thrown in at the deep end building Seer, a huge, cutting edge (at the time), Business Intelligence, enterprise application for one of the major oil companies. This experience, amongst other projects, undoubtedly honed my skill set and set me on the path of striving to write better code and embrace new technologies.

During this time I was introduced to the Agile development process and have never looked back since.  Using the Scrum methodology in particular I became a Certified Scrum Master in 2007. I also made some contribution to development of the Scrum Process Template for Microsoft Team Foundation Server which can be downloaded from the Scrum for Team System.

After 3 years working as a Technical Consultant for EMC Consulting (nee Conchango) I had finally gained the confidence to go it alone and set up my own limited company – something I had in my 5 year plan. Next mission is to become a solution architect!

On the right, in my Blog roll, I have added links to the blogs of some of my former colleagues who helped me get to where I am today and to whom I have enormous respect for their technical knowledge.


  1. Rajshree says:

    hey i would like to give the Certification exam for ASP.Net
    (MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, ASP.NET Applications)

    Exam 70-562: TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5, ASP.NET Application Development

    Can you suggest me the book which i should read.

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