Currently Brock is a consultant specialising in .NET, web development and web-based security with 20 years of industry experience. Brock is the co-author of many security-related open source frameworks including IdentityServer, IdentityManager and MembershipReboot. He also frequently posts to the ASP.NET forums, is a MVP for ASP.NET/IIS, a member of ASPInsiders and a contributor to the ASP.NET platform.
Mike is an author, an instructor at Global Knowledge. He is an expert in .NET, Python and MongoDB among other technologies. He has been building commercial applications with .NET since its initial public beta in 2001. He is a member of the MongoDB Inc.'s MongoDB Masters community. He is enthusiast in the Python community and is diving head-first into Swift. Prior to working with these technologies, Michael spent many years working with C++ on Windows and SGI platforms. He holds a Master's degree in Mathematics and is a Microsoft Certified Trainer.
Pierre specialises in core .NET, security, graphical user-interface and new emerging technologies. He has been writing commercial and internal software for the past 15 years using a variety of languages and platforms.
Pierre has a broad background in software development. He has deep experience in core .net, Windows UI (WPF, Windows Forms, ATL/MFC), Web applications (ASP.NET and Silverlight), web services (WCF, Web services), security and data access (LINQ, ADO.NET). He is also the author of Clear Office, a set of Office software components for .NET developers.
Bradley started teaching in 1994 where he taught classes in C++, Win32 system services and Java which he also authored. He is currently teaching and authoring C++ and Java courses. Bradley specialises in C++ and Java. For over twenty years Bradley has consulted for several different industries including aerospace, telecommunication, finance and entertainment. He works mainly on back-end server development.
Marvin started his career in a few small Dutch software companies, where he designed and developed complete solutions based on customer wishes. Having had different 'administrative-based' projects delivered, he decided the multi-media sector was more fun. Flowing from designing and writing CD-i titles to being a technical project lead for intranet introduction within a large Dutch ensurance company, he has currently found his way into the Content Management sector. Having been one of the Architects/Developers in a team of carefully selected, highly-valued people has been one of his greatest joys within Tridion. The Content Management system is now used by companies and institutions like; KLM, Dutch government, Spanish government and Schlumberger.
Tony has worked as a software developer, consultant and trainer for over 30 years, including four years as the Head of Technology for a multinational software corporation. He has authored a popular series of .NET training courses, trained numerous developers, spoken at major international conferences and worked closely with Microsoft on Visual Studio since 2004. Tony is also a Microsoft Distinguished Visual Studio ALM Ranger, a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM Ranger Project Lead, the Microsoft Visual Studio ALM Ranger Project Lead Champion for 2013 and has been awarded as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) multiple times.
Tony Sneed has over 20 years experience as a software developer, consultant and architect. For the past 10 years he has authored and taught advanced classes on C# and .NET and is currently writing a course on TypeScript. He has a popular blog (http://blog.tonysneed.com), speaks at developer conferences, and created two open-source frameworks: Simple MVVM Toolkit, for building client applications using the Model-View-ViewModel design pattern, and Trackable Entities, for adding N-Tier support to Microsoft Entity Framework. Tony currently lives in Slovakia with his wife and three children.