Award Categories
Developer Technologies
First year awarded:
2009
Number of MVP Awards:
10
Language
English

Joseph James Guadagno

( Joseph Guadagno )

United States
Chandler, AZ
Director at Quicken Loans Organizer of Desert Code Camp Microsoft .NET MVP Public Speaker

Biography

For 20 years or so I have been in Software Development. During that time I have used many tools, languages, and technologies. I started out programming with a small book on QuickBASIC. I later moved on to Visual Basic for DOS. Windows then came along and I starting using Visual Basic for Windows, I then migrated to Visual Basic .NET and eventually ended up using Visual C#. I work as a Team Leader at Quicken Loans, based in Detroit, MI. I am a public speaker and present internationally on a lot of different technology topics, a list of them are available at http://www.josephguadagno.net/presentations/.  I have been recognized as a Microsoft MVP in .NET (since 2009) and a Friends of Red Gate program (since 2015).

Some of my notable achievements
Former President and Vice President of INETA North America (2007-2015)
Founder of the Southeast Valley .NET User Group (SEVDNUG) in Chandler, AZ (2007-2013)
Currently serving on my the City of Chandler‘s Parks and Recreation board (since 2010)
Telerik MVP (2010 to 2012)
Microsoft Visual Basic MVP (1996)
Open Source Projects (https://github.com/jguadagno)
BingSharp: A wrapper around the Bing API in C#
bootstrapThemeSwitcher: jquery plugin to dynamically load Bootstrap themes
twbs-flickrCarousel: a bootstrap carousel to loop through Flickr pictures
Events I organize or participate in
Desert Code Camp
AZGiveCamp
Organizer for the 1st Time MVP event at the MVP Summit
MVP 2 MVP Sessions at MVP Summit.
Awesome bean pusher at GeekGive at the MVP Summit.
Resume
http://www.josephguadagno.net/resume/

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