Categorie del titolo
Visual Studio and Development Technologies
Anno di ricezione del primo titolo MVP:
Titoli MVP ricevuti:
Mitchel Wyndham Sellers
West Des Moines, IA
Microsoft .NET Software Architect, CEO, Public Speaker, Community Contributor
Mitchel Sellers is globally known as a 6 time Microsoft C# MVP, a DNN MVP, is an MCP(Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET and SQL Server), and CEO of IowaComputerGurus Inc. Sellers has a deep understanding of software development and a focus on proper architecture standards, performance, stability, and overall cost effectiveness of delivered solutions. This message and his abilities resonate in the technical war room as well as the executive board room. Sellers is a recognized expert in the following areas: DNN(DotNetNuke), software architecture, performance troubleshooting, systems diagnosis, Visual Studio, C#, .NET, ASP.NET (WebForms & MVC), WPF, WCF, SQL Server, and project specifications. Mitchel is a prolific public speaker, presenting at user groups and conferences globally, such as Orlando Code Camp and Code PaLOUsa. Sellers is the author of "Professional DotNetNuke Module Programming" and co-author of "Visual Studio 2010 & .NET 4.0 Six-in-One", and “Professional DNN7: Open Source .NET CMS Platform”. He has also published many technical articles online and in print. Mitchel is committed to sharing his knowledge with the developer community. He is an active participant in the .NET and DNN development communities, has been a past DotNetNuke Core Team member, and has been awarded Microsoft MVP status for his strong commitment to the development community. Sellers was awarded the Microsoft Developer MVP of the year in 2013. Mitchel frequently spends time answering questions on community forums such as StackOverflow, and MSDN. When Mitchel is not working in technology, you will find him flying his airplane or engaging in animal rights causes. All things related to transportation hold a fascination for Mitchel. He is also actively involved in the Open Source Community working diligently to further the movement. Find out more about Sellers at his website http://www.mitchelsellers.com.