Teacher.

I train programmers.

A Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) with more than 20 years’ experience in the IT industry, including two years working full-time for Microsoft’s Training and Certification group in Redmond, USA, I specialize in training that leads to developer certifications.

I am eager to lead programming students, both experienced and new, into the challenging worlds of mobile and the cloud computing using a rare combination of twenty years’ education experience coupled with real world consulting and developing production systems for enterprises worldwide.

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Highlights

What you should know about me

  • I live in central London and travel the world.
  • I'm experienced in the practical use of Microsoft developer tools and technologies.
  • I'm dedicated to enthusiastic and dynamic training as a means of nurturing a lifelong love of programming.
  • I design, write, and deliver standardized and custom programming courses.
  • I'm adaptable and deal well with ambiguity in organizations of varying sizes and cultures.
  • I hold an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science.
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Writer.

I have written a guided learning book about C# 7 and .NET Core

Create powerful cross-platform applications using C# 7, .NET Core, and Visual Studio 2017 or Visual Studio Code

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Education and Certification

Highly qualified and experienced

Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD)

Web Applications, Universal Windows Platform, Windows Store Apps Using C#, SharePoint Developer

Microsoft Specialist

Programming in C#, Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript & CSS3, Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions, Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions

Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)

1993 - 2017

Computer Science (BSc. Hons.)

University of Bristol, June 1993

Professional Scrum Master I

Since January 2016

Google App Engine Qualified Developer

One of less than one hundred worldwide.

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