Join us for our Annual Lightning Talks, where members of NHDNUG present interesting topics, each in under 20 minutes. Come enjoy the free pizza, soda, and enough content to give you plenty to think about heading into the new year!
This year’s topics:
Jon earned an MBA in 2015 from Sam Houston State University, and a BBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Arkansas in 2006. He currently leads a software development team at an international chemical company.
If it’s technical, .Net or web related, or tastes good - Jon’s probably interested. An “optimistic pragmatist”, Jon’s goal is to love what he does and have those who work alongside him do the same.
Joseph earned his Master of Science in Information Technology, with a focus in Software Architecture from Capella University in 2009.
With a Bachelor in Psychology, a Master’s in IT, and graduate work in Technical Communications, Joe offers a unique variety of C# and app development expertise. He is an organizer and bio at Houston area .Net user groups, blogs at InfoCraft, and is a member of the Lonestar College IT Advisory Board. When not working in the office or at home, he can generally be found at St Jonah Orthodox Church, or rolling dice with his various gaming friends.
Gary is a proactive, highly effective manager of software development teams. A technical professional that calls upon years of deep architecture and development experience from a wide array of software projects, he is passionate and committed to maximizing the effectiveness of organizations through the relentless pursuit of improvement.
Along with spending time with his family, he enjoys playing, writing and recording music in his home studio and working on personal software and electronics projects.
Arun is passionate about building software and adding business value. He enjoys the journey - leading, learning and solving problems in optimal ways within given constraints and resources.
Martin is a system architect with more than fifteen years of experience and the proven ability to solve the financial, operational, and technical aspects of business problems in a variety of domains.
He is a frequent contributor to the SQL Server Analysis Services forums and was awarded a Microsoft Community Contributor Award for both 2011 and 2013.