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17 years writing n-tier apps for public safety market. In StackOverflow's all-time top for VB.NET. Architecture and design philosophy (esp. DI and unit testing). Knack for explaining the complex in simple terms.
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- 3 years experience
I love C#. I have used it professionally and for pleasure for many years. Most of my professional C# experience has been in developing back-end business and data-access logic as class libraries, WCF services, and windows services. I'm also very familiar with WinForm and console applications. I've dabbled with WPF but I wouldn't call myself an expert in it.
- 7 years experience
I have used VB.NET professionally experience for over eight years. Before that, I also had many years of experience with VB6. I am one of the all-time top answerers for the VB.NET tag on StackOverflow. I'm most familiar with class libraries, WCF services, windows services, WinForm apps, and Console apps.
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Great session. Explained the solutions to the issues I was having in an easy-to-understand format. Very happy with the sessions so far.
Nov 2, 2016
Excellent mentor. Explains concepts in an easy to understand manner. Very easy to work with. Looking forward to future sessions.
Oct 30, 2016
Needed some help looking at a problem again - Steven took it to a new level and gave me some great time saving and debugging tips. Confident that I have a robust solution to my issue.
Oct 7, 2016
Very helpful with a basic problem that as a non programmer I had struggled to understand.
Oct 5, 2016
Aug 25, 2015
Great mentor! He explained hard to grasp concepts in a simple and effective way.
Aug 17, 2015
Great guidance and explained well.
Aug 12, 2015
Excellent, experienced mentor.
Aug 5, 2015
In depth knowledge and great mentorship.
Jul 31, 2015
Once again, great job, all solved, no exceptions
Jul 30, 2015