.NET Conf is a free, 3-day virtual developer event held September 12 – 14 and co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft. Local developer communities have been invited to join the movement by organizing local events. Come and join the Louisville .NET Meetup where we will watch the keynote and have a panel of local Microsoft development leaders discussing the high points of that keynote. The panel members will include Mike Branstein, Jeremy Gray, and Chad Green.
About Mike Branstein
Mike Branstein is a developer and leader, who is passionate about systems architecture, team building, application life cycle management, and technology. Mike lives in Louisville, KY, and is the director of application development at KiZAN Technologies. As a consultant, he enjoys working with clients to improve development and project management processes using Team Foundation Server. Mike also en Mike blogs with his brother, Nick Branstein, at http://brosteins.com, where they are known as "The Brosteins".
About Jeremy Gray
I’ve spent a long time working with business partners across the healthcare, credit card, payroll, and commodities trading spaces implementing technology solutions that drive business outcomes. During these projects, I’ve had the privilege to work with a lot of high-performing and multidisciplinary teams and have seen how they succeed and fail. I love how the cloud has changed the way we work and am excited to see what amazing new technology the future brings.
When I’m not building things at work I enjoy making things on my 3d printer and laser cutter, along with making some sawdust in the garage. My wife and I live in Louisville, Kentucky with our three children.
About Chad Green
Chad Green is a manager, software developer, architect, community leader, and most importantly a father and husband. Chad works as the Data & Solution Architect for ProgressiveHealth where he manages the application development team which is responsible for crafting software solutions for the various company affiliates located across the country, which provides health and wellness solutions in the healthcare and industrial service settings. Over the years, Chad has managed groups from 5 to 63 people and worked on projects in a wide range of markets including healthcare, military, government, workforce management, financial services, chemical research, and electronic commerce. Being a big believer in giving back and wanting to ensure that there are cool events for others, Chad founded and chairs the annual Code PaLOUsa conference, organizes the Louisville .NET Meetup user group and the Monthly Tech Leader Coffee and Discussion, and has helped with other groups like the Louisville Tech Ladies and events like Cincy Day of Agile.