I am a .Net Developer with about nine years of experience writing ASP.Net Web Applications in both C# & VB.Net. I began programming in 1983 on a PET computer in my 6th grade classroom. Soon after we were lucky enough to get a Commodore 64 at home and from then on I was hooked. I began using Visual Basic in the early 90’s with Visual Basic 1.0 for MS-DOS. Around 1996 I was introduced to HTML and began writing sites for friends and acquaintances. In 2001 I completed a program at a local Technical School in Visual Basic 6.0 and became an MCP. Shortly thereafter I migrated to .Net and have been working with it ever since. I have worked with each version of the framework from 1.0 – 4.5.

I currently have the pleasure of working with a phenomenal team at a small software company where we build industry leading desktop, mobile and web applications.

My current areas of interest include ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework, Web API, Windows Metro (C# and HTML/JavaScript), and HTML 5.  I would also like to get started with Ruby on Rails sometime in the near future.



The information in this blog is provided “AS IS” with no warranties.

This is my personal blog, and as such it is my own thoughts and opinions. It does not in any way represent the thoughts or opinions of my employers, past, present or future.

I challenge you to challenge me, disagree with me, or point out inconvenient facts. by commenting on any post. However, be forewarned, this is my personal blog and I reserve the right to moderate any and all comments for abusive, profane, rude, or any other form of uncivil behavior.  Feel free to disagree and argue your point, but please do it in a civil manner.



Any code I have posted on this site is Licensed under the MIT License unless otherwise noted.  Note that some samples may contain third party code libraries (ex: jQuery, Modernizr etc.).   The libraries will usually have their own license (usually a “permissive” open source license like the MIT License) so be sure to check them out.