I am going to unleash a bunch of articles that attack assumptions that many developers have had for years on how to develop great software. Before I do, we should establish a track record so that everyone understands that when I say these things, I do so with confidence.
Here is just a very short list of software that has shipped with my code.
- National Airspace System (NAS) collision avoidance, en-route metering, and fixed metering
- Thomson Reuters Portia Portfolio Management System (now SS&C PORTIA)
- Movement Logistics Management for Emerson
- Fidelity’s Active Trader Pro
- BNY/ConvergEx’s PerformEx
- Monster.com, Reuters.com, Ebay.com
- SharePoint and Biztalk
- Windows High Performance Computing
- Bridgeway LawManager (formerly just LawManager)
- Ceres Vehicle Tracking and Fleet Management by Roadtrac
- dashBar (yet another dot-gone called dash.com)
- Many mobile applications that my kids and I come up with!
- Several mobile applications that my friends and I have come up with!
- Various Software and Plug-Ins for Mac, Hermes, Public Address
Here are some other distinctions…
- Spent 10 years at Microsoft
- Spent 2 years as the first Architect to a newly formed architecture team within a $112 billion asset management company with 120+ developers
- Wrote a book on Windows Communication Foundation, Essential Windows Communication Foundation
- Certified Master for SQL Server
- Windows Azure Insider
My friends and mentors have accused me of not touting myself enough. Check! Let the attack on software assumptions begin.