About Me

Nov 2, 2006 | 2 minutes read

Update: I have recently joined Microsoft as an Architect Evangelist. This bio will soon change.

I am a technical lead and application architect, specializing in Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), custom .NET applications, and data warehousing solutions. I am largely focused on Microsoft products, including Commerce Server, BizTalk Server, ASP.NET (well, all things .NET), Team Foundation Server (TFS), but I also try to actively participate in the open source community. I am a director for Statera, a Microsoft Gold partner headquartered in Denver, CO.

I have achieved the following professional certifications over the years:

  • Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist, (MCTS), BizTalk Server 2006

  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer, (MCSD), .NET 1.1 platform (C#)

  • Microsoft Certified Application Developer, (MCAD), .NET 1.1 platform (C#)

  • Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, (MCDBA), SQL Server 2000

I have experience with the following technologies:

  • Languages: C#, Visual Basic.NET, C/C++, Visual Basic 6.0, T-SQL, XML, JavaScript, VBScript, Perl, XHTML, CSS, VBA, XPath

  • Databases: Microsoft SQL Server (all versions), Oracle 9i, MySQL (5.0, 5.1), Microsoft Access (all versions), PostgreSQL (8+)

  • Operating Systems: Windows (Vista, Server 2003 32-bit and 64-bit, XP, Server 2000, NT)

  • Technologies: .NET Framework (1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5), ASP.NET, ASP, XML Web Services, ADO.NET, Active Directory (ADSI), Crystal Reports, Microsoft SQL Reporting Services, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)

  • Products/Toolkits: Microsoft Commerce Server 2007, SharePoint Portal Server (2007, 2003), BizTalk Server 2006, Virtual Server 2005 R2, Internet Information Services (all versions)

  • Developer Tools: Microsoft Team Foundation Server, Microsoft Visual Studio (all versions), SQL Server Management Studio, Microsoft Visual SourceSafe (6+, 2005)

Please feel free to send me a friendly e-mail, or leave a comment. Thanks for stopping by!

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